Nature's last big show

  1. Greetings my fellow Memphians! This has always been one of my favorite times of the year. The leaves on the trees are giving us a vibrant display of colors before they fall away for the long cold winter and we can enjoy the last of the warm weather. The Banns are taking the autumn in at one of the most beautiful places to witness natures artwork, Gatlinburg Tennessee. It's morning here and we're taking in the breathtaking scenery from our deck overlooking the mountains with a hot cup of coffee. We'll be back home this weekend, but for now time seems to have slowed down just a bit for our family vacation. Here's a picture of the view from our eyes. Have a great week, and I'll see you next week. :-) Bill
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Memphis pride!

Greetings my fellow Memphians! These days when you pick up the paper or turn on the news it’s not uncommon to hear that another American company has shipped local jobs overseas creating more pain in an already painful economic enviornment. That’s why I’m proud to live in a city where there’s at least one company who bucks that trend by hiring local and thereby doing their part to keep folks at work here at home. That company is the Gibson Guitar Company. John Lennon, Chuck Berry, Dickie Betts, Duane Allman, Robbie Robertson, Angus Young, Jimmy Page, Chet Atkins, and the legendary Les Paul wouldn’t think of going onstage or into the studio without their Gibson Guitars. Orville Gibson first began selling his fine instruments back in 1894 in Kalamazoo Michigan. Today musicians from around the world recognize Gibson as the standard in fine guitars. Next time you’re downtown take some time to visit the Gibson Guitar Factory and Museum and watch how these unique and cherished guitars are made. The experience of living in the birthplace of Rock and Roll just isn’t complete without a trip to Gibson Guitars, a genuine source of Memphis pride!
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