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What is Nashville famous for?

Country Music, Tennessee Titans, Nashville Predators, Nashville Sounds, Oprah Winfrey, Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium, AT&T Building (tallest building in Tennessee at 613 fe (MORE)

How did the flyers get their logo?

An artist by the name of Sam Ciccone designed the logo while working for the advertising firm Mel Richmann Inc. The logo is a winged 'P' with an orange dot in the center repre (MORE)

How light do you have to be a flyer for cheerleading?

It doesn't matter how much you weigh. It depends on if you have good balance and if you have strong enough bases. I know because I am a cheerleader and I have been a back spot (MORE)

How did Nashville get its name?

It was named in honor of Brigadier General Francis Nash who was mortally wounded at the Battle of Brandywine during the American Revolutionary War on 4 October 1777. Nashville (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

Where are P.F. Flyers made?

  The originals were made in U.S.A., but the current "reissue" P.F. Flyers are made in China.
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What are the advantages of a flyer?

There are both advantages and disadvantages of using a flyer to promote your business, particularly when distributed in letterboxes. Advantages - Promote a local presence (MORE)

What is a frequent flyer number?

A frequent flyer number is a number allocated to a person to track their airline activity with a view to rewarding them with free flights and upgrades etc in exchange for givi (MORE)

Is Nashville in Texas?

Nashville (also known as Nashville-on-the-Brazos) was a community on the southeast bank of the Brazos River in present-day Milam County, Texas. The more famous Nashville is in (MORE)