“He said we were the first to do this in Middle Tennessee, and maybe all of Tennessee,” said Mt. Juliet City Manager Randy Robertson.
Robertson said he sees it as a possible wave of the future for how the city interacts with the community on important issues.
There will be several door prizes at the event as well. There will a self-propelled Cub Cadet, a Dewalt Power Tool set, a handmade quilt, restaurant gift certificates and 52-inch ceiling fans that could be won.
In addition, the 600th person through the door will win a 32-inch flatscreen television.
Editor’s Note: Kenny Howell is the managing editor of The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet. He may be contacted at Editor@thechronicleofmtjuliet.com.