Month: June 2018

4th of July Schedule

Celebrate July 4th Independence Day in Nashville!   Nashville knows how to put on a party with food, live music and fireworks! The celebrations are not just in downtown Nashville either, each neighboring community has their own take on an epic Independence Day celebration! Below see a complete list of Middle Tennessee 4th of July […]

Don’t Let Your Home Go Up in Smoke This 4th of July

Don’t Let Your Home Go Up in Smoke Happy Fourth of July! It’s hot and people are preparing to shoot off some fireworks tonight, if they haven’t already. This is the perfect time to take a few minutes and learn about some ways to prepare for and prevent fire damage. Don’t Let Your Home Go […]

Are You Covered for Fireworks Damage?

Are You Covered for Fireworks Damage? Every year fireworks cause serious injuries and substantial property damage. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), fireworks start an average of 18,500 fires annually, including 1,300 structure fires, 300 vehicle fires, and 16,900 outside and other fires. These fires cause an average of three deaths, 40 civilian […]

Rating Factors for Car Insurance

Rating Factors for Car Insurance As drivers, we must factor car insurance rates into our budgets. It’s only natural, therefore, for us to try and make our insurance bill as affordable as possible. Getting an affordable rate means more than just asking your AmeriAgency Insurance agent to find you the cheapest price. It also means taking […]

How Summer Businesses Survive

How Summer Businesses Survive Seasonal businesses are tasked with an unusual feat: make one season’s revenues enough to sustain the business for an entire year. Some businesses have the advantage of being able to close in the off-season, while others remain open all year. Some businesses have cycles which coincide with actual seasons while others […]

Where can I go to see fireworks?

Where can I go to see fireworks? Celebrate Independence Day Independence Day is a day of family celebrations with picnics and barbecues, showing a great deal of emphasis on the American tradition of political freedom. Activities associated with the day include watermelon or hotdog eating competitions and sporting events, such as baseball games, three-legged races, […]

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