In our globally competitive world, decisions must be made quickly—especially when it comes to meeting the immediate demands of the market. When there’s so much on the line, a well-prepared Tennessee site is your best solution.
More than 120 miles of wire will be used to connect all the shells and devices for Nashville’s July 4th fireworks display – the largest in the country! All the fun starts today with “A Prelude to the 4th” concert featuring The Weeks, Gabe Dixon, Elise Davis and DJ DU. Tomorrow Music City comes alive with the sounds of Martina McBride, Mikky Ekko and The Nashville Symphony. Not in Nashville? You can still see the festivities online at www.uverse.com/nashvillejuly4live and www.visitmusiccity.com/nashvillejuly4live.
What do you get when you mix 3D printing with high school students and helicopters? You get Maker Camp, a unique experience for students hosted Martin Methodist in Pulaski.