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The Year of Big Nashville Birthdays

These seven beloved Nashville institutions celebrate significant markers in their local history.

Written By:  Valerie Hammond, Erin Byers Murray & Margaret Littman

Photographers:  The Tennessean

Levy’s turns 160

Few retailers in the country can boast 160 years of nonstop service. But the milestone comes naturally to Levy’s, a fifth-generation clothing store in the heart of Green Hills. “We’re not about fast fashion,” says David Levy, who currently helms the family business. “Rather, we appreciate the emotional connection that our customers feel when they’re wearing properly fitting attire.” Having delivered on-trend styles for generations of Nashvillians, Levy says his family “respects the past and embraces the future.” Raise a glass to the local institution on October 29, from 5 to 9 p.m., during an in-store benefit for Second Harvest Food Bank.
3900 Hillsboro Pk, Ste. 36, Nashville, TN 37215; levysclothes.com

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