In this edition of Free Yourself Friday, we take you to Memphis, TN, where Vaco provides expert consulting, permanent placement, executive search, and strategic staffing.
Yes, we specialize in premier talent & solutions, but most importantly, we help people find freedom. We believe in the power of an entrepreneurial spirit, staying team focused and a true work-life balance.
So, if you find yourself in Graceland on business or vacation, our local Vaconians have the top five places to Free Yourself in Memphis.
Once a railroad track, the now 10-mile paved loop has been turned into a park for bikers, runners and anyone wanting to stay active outdoors. There are access points from many main roads and locations in Memphis. Flat bike tire? Don’t fret! There’s a free bike repair station along the way. Shelby Farms also offers workshops for all ages to learn about the environment and the surrounding nature.
Midtown Memphis houses some of the city’s best grub, lodging, breweries and more. Dine at restaurants that serve anything from classic Memphis BBQ, mouth-watering Italian, delicious burgers, the list goes on! Get your drink on at local breweries and listen to live music at Lafayette’s Music Room. There’s so much to do in Midtown!
You know him as The King of Rock n’ Roll, Elvis Presley! Visit Elvis’ 13-acre estate and take in all the singer’s magic. Need more than a tour? Book your wedding, events, gear up for Elvis’ 4-day birthday celebration, and more! This visit will leave you talking like the King himself.
You just visited the King of Rock n’ Roll’s mansion. Now it’s time to visit The Birthplace of Rock n’ Roll, Sun Studios. Sun Studios is responsible for finding some of the world’s greatest acts like B.B. King, The King himself, Johnny Cash, and more. Take a 45-minute tour and walk the halls where some of the most monumental moments in music recording history took place!
Beale Street is the place to be in Memphis. Whether you’re looking to dance, dine or shop, Beal Street has it all. The street truly made its name during the roaring 20s when men and women hit the street to go to nightclubs, theatres, restaurants, shops, and to listen to live music. Make sure to visit the oldest shop on the Street, A. Schwab, dating back to 1876.