2020 has been one heck of a year. Our home state is still reeling from tornado devastation, while the world is now facing a pandemic. Times like this call for us to come together as a community. In a time of great uncertainty, we are certain of this: we can do it. We will get through this together. And it is important we band together and all do our part to make the community we live in stronger than ever before.
Monday, June 15, 2020 was a day of celebration. While we used this day to give back to the community, show love to our city and recognize the diversity of cultures that call Nashville home, it doesn't stop there.
We encourage the Nashville community to join us in honoring the 615 spirit year-round. As a salute to the Nashville community and its resilience through many recent challenges, we encourage fans to participate in random acts of kindness and volunteerism in the community.
As a surprise component of Titans 2020 Kickoff Week, the Tennessee Titans unveiled a mural in downtown Nashville called "Tennessee Tough," designed and painted by Nashville muralist Eric "MOBE" Bass. The project is believed to be the first NFL team mural to incorporate augmented-reality (AR) technology.
"Tennessee Tough" is located at the corner of Sixth Avenue South and Korean Veterans Boulevard, across the street from Music City Center.
424 6th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203
The mural spans the full wall of the building, measuring 135 feet by 26 feet.
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