As of the latest information statistics from the 2003 census update, Middle Tennessee has a total population of 1,435,528.

Did you know that Wal-Mart is Tennessee’s largest private employer? They gainfully employ 32,000 people in Tennessee. Fed-Ex is second on the list with 30,000 employees; Vanderbilt is third with 16,279; Kroger Limited is fourth with 15,500; and Eastman Chemical Corp. is fifth with 11,100 employees.

Did you know that there are 36 hospitals in Middle Tennessee? Our incredibly plentiful health care system is anchored by Baptist Hospital, Saint Thomas Hospital, Centennial Hospital, and Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Did you know that Nashville has 71 secular and non-secular private schools? Several of these institutions have nationally ranked academic and athletic programs; including, Montgomery Bell Academy. For the 2004-2005 academic year, MBA has 12 National Merit Scholar semifinalists (twice as many as any other Nashville area school) and 100% of the student body is college-bound.

There are also 36 higher education institutions in Middle Tennessee including Vanderbilt University, Fisk University, Belmont University, and Lipscomb University. This ranks Nashville and Middle Tennessee as the 7th most prolific center for higher education in the United States.

Last year, Middle Tennesseans gave $17.9 billion, yes Billion dollars to charity.

And finally, the July 2005 median home prices by County:
Cheatham – $136,000; Davidson – $157,400; Dickson – $110,000; Maury – $140,000; Robertson – $139,900; Rutherford – $143,200; Sumner – $170,000; Williamson – $315,482; Wilson – $172,050

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