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Take a break from box office blockbusters and enjoy the quality of a movie handpicked by the Nashville Film Festival! NaFF has been named one of the best film festivals by both movie makers and audiences.



Films from previous years include future hits such as (500) Days of

Summer, Project Nim and many others, as well as Academy Award nominees I Am Love, Ajami and Dogtooth. Many up-and-coming filmmakers such as Craig Brewer (Footloose) receive their first breaks at NaFF, because only the best films are chosen. NaFF also provides for its music fans, hosting showcases and workshops for Nashville songwriters and Hollywood filmmakers to meet and hopefully collaborate in the future. 


Members can buy tickets online April 8th, and the general

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    As summer ends and our toes mourn the freedom of sandals, we start to think of all things Fall.  However, I never thought corn mazes would hit my radar.  I’m thinking about sweaters and fires and s’mores and a good pot of chili  (I use cocoa powder in my chili…really).  I was looking for something to write about because I just wasn’t sure this audience wants to see soups, stews and chowders – let me know if you do, I’d be happy to write about them!  But I digress – so I Googled ‘middle tennessee october events,’ and I learned that we sure are serious about our corn mazes here.  What an unexpected treat!     Corn Maze Fun Facts:   -Corn mazes date back at least 4,000 years to the time of Greek history. Back then, mazes were not…
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On Sunday, June 30th, The Tennessean announced the winners of the Top Workplace Awards.  Our employees bestowed upon Bob Parks Realty/PARKS a great honor: they made us the #1 mid-sized company in Middle Tennessee!

What a pleasant surprise – we had over 200 responses to the surveys administered by Workplace Dynamics on behalf of The Tennessean.  We know this is a great place to work, but now you all do too!


Why are we #1?  Bob would say he strives to instill a sense of balance in all of us, in terms of both work and home life.  In our manager’s meetings he wants to know how things are going in each office and that always includes time for what is happening in the communities we serve.  From our corporate sponsorship of the Make-A-Wish

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