Tennessee Titans x Jefferson Street

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2022 SCHEDULE RELEASE | Tennessee Titans x Jefferson Street

To celebrate the 2022 season, the Tennessee Titans will use each of their regular season home games to spotlight the iconic Jefferson Street neighborhood businesses featured in this short film.

The Tennessee Titans and Shift4, the Official Payment Solutions Partner of the Tennessee Titans, are donating marketing efforts during the 2022 season to these Jefferson Street businesses.

Learn more at TennesseeTitans.com/JeffersonStreet

Learn More About the Featured Businesses

College Crib - Treachery Price

College Crib - Treachery Price

Hortense Price Jones and T.O. Price attribute the success of The College Crib to the vision of its founder and their husband and father, Mr. Earl W. Price Sr., who moved to Nashville in the late 1950s and opened The College Crib shortly thereafter. They are committed to carrying on Price Sr.'s mission of providing the HBCU community with a place to call home by providing the neighborhood's largest selection of Black Greek and HBUC "Nalia."

Price Jones says of The College Crib "We pride ourselves in offering a superior product and a remarkable retail experience. We've been making Greek and Collegiate apparel for over 5 decades and our experience shines through every stitch. We're not good because we're old, but we're old because we're good."

Jefferson Street Sound Museum - Lorenzo Washington

Jefferson Street Sound Museum - Lorenzo Washington

Jefferson Street Sound Museum's founder Lorenzo Washington is no stranger to launching a business; Washington's endeavors predeceasing Jefferson Street Sound Museum include other Jefferson Street staples such as Black and White Pig Pit Barbeque and The Soul Shack Record Store and Boutique.

Washington founded JSSM in 2010 with the purpose of conserving the legacy of Jefferson Street's musical legacy as the "original music row" by spotlighting the musical past through the collection of information and artifacts that document the history of Jazz, sound, and rhythm and blues in Nashville from the 1940s through 1970s.

Najeal's Hair Studio - Renea Jones

Najeal's Hair Studio - Renea Jones

Najeal's founder Renea Jones considers it an honor to be part of the historic Jefferson Street for the last twenty years. Prioritizing a more diverse audience, Jones prides herself on specializing in natural, healthy hair care services, micro links, tracking links, color, hair cutting and more as part of the Jefferson Street community for the past twenty years.

Jones says providing "authenticity through presentation brings [her] joy."

Alkebu-Lan Images - Jordan Harris

Alkebu-Lan Images - Jordan Harris

Founded by Yusef Harris, Alkebu-Lan Images launched to fill a gap of retailers catering to the Black experience, providing products and staple cultural goods commonly found across the African diaspora and to also help promote the development of positive self-images for Black children and adults.

ALIis run today by Jordan Harris, who cites many of the business' milestones that result from being part of the Jefferson Street community, most notably hosting Rosa Parks for a book signing. While ALI is primarily considered a bookstore, many of their consumers also come for their scented body oils, natural skin/haircare products, and imported African soaps.

EG&MC - Derrick Moore

EG&MC - Derrick Moore

Founded by Clint Gray, Derrick 'Mo' Moore, EJ Reed, and Gemaal Pratts, EG&MC provides an authentic and unique environment on Jefferson Street with renaissance vibes reminiscent of Harlem and DC.

As North Nashville continues to change with the arrival of new developments, the founders specifically chose Jefferson Street for this venture with the mission of embracing a concept that honored the historical value of Jefferson Street while highlighting the African American culture of their business.

Woodcuts Gallery & Framing - Nathaniel Harris

Woodcuts Gallery & Framing - Nathaniel Harris

Woodcuts Gallery & Framing was founded in September 1987 by Nathaniel Harris with the vision of providing quality service and unique artwork to the Jefferson Street community. As a family-owned business, Woodcuts Gallery & Framing pride themselves on supporting both well-known and local artists in their distribution of African American artwork as well as maintaining a fast turnaround of high-level work for their customers.

Harris shares that "[The] gallery is best known for having a diverse selection of artwork across many different mediums with a large selection of custom cut mats and frames."

Tennessee Tribune - Rosetta Miller-Perry

Tennessee Tribune - Rosetta Miller-Perry

Rosetta Miller-Perry and Wanda Miller-Benson co-founded the Tennessee Tribune Newspaper on Jefferson Street with the objective of giving a voice to the voiceless, providing education and advise to young local vendors, and spreading positive news about African Americans in the community including accomplishments of Black businesses and Black leaders.

TTN has been a Jefferson Street staple since 1991 and has since opened the first Tennessee News Store at the Nashville International Airport as well as opening the second TTN store in two months.

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