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Big D's scoops more than 40 varieties of superpremium ice cream, gussies up Nathan's Famous all-beef hot dogs, and dishes out neighborhood hospitality to hungry hoards. Guests to this friendly, family-owned eatery can cool tempers and temperamental taste buds by ascending on cones piled high with chocolate, turtle, and amaretto-cherry scoops ($2.65/single). Or, enjoy the semisolid sweets in their most sippable state with an old-fashioned shake or malt ($4.55–$5.75). A treasure trove of toppings—including white-chocolate syrup, Butterfinger bits, and freshly chopped Oreos ($0.55/each)—await to adorn customizable sundaes ($3.50–$5.50), and a classic banana split ($5.95) can be shared among friends or repurposed as an extremely perishable viking hat.

520 Highway 76
White House,
TN
US

An array of gently used apparel and accessories eagerly await loving wardrobe homes through Second Chances' consignment program. Though inventory changes frequently, recent items have included Dooney & Bourke wallets ($20) and a like-new Coach bag ($75), which team up with skirts from Banana Republic ($14.99) or a flattering pair of Seven Jeans (all jeans less than $30). Among the fabric-filled racks, a selection of gowns ($100 and less) begs to be included in momentous wedding celebrations and trips before obedience-school deans. A dedicated formal room, replete with a multitasking style consultant, personal shopper, and seamstress, helps fashionistas make elegant selections like Judi Dench picking a kickball team.

301 Highway 76
White House,
TN
US

Navigating 80 acres of wooded valleys is easy when you're flying. At Valley View Camp Zips and Adventures, you can navigate more than 2,000 feet of six zip-lines that traverse lush scenery, sailing over creeks, valleys, and a lake. All lines are overseen by certified staffers, who outfit visitors to safely navigate the course during up to two hours of hiking and racing across the zip-lines. Overnight facilities are also available, with cabins and tent sites to set up camp.

7352 Swift Rd
Greenbrier,
TN
US

Professionally certified by the USGA, Marvin Warren of Sure Shot Golf Lab utilizes state-of-the-art scientific monitors and graphs to fit clubs to their owners, aiming to improve each golfer's game. During a private, one-on-one session at the on-site driving range, Mr. Warren kicks off the 2.5-hour custom fitting by evaluating each client's height, wrist-to-floor distance, hand measurements, and vocal range during operatic arias of "fore." Golfers then hit balls off the lie board to determine which part of the club hits the green. After collecting this data, Warren captures spin rates, launch angle, ball speed, swing path, and club-head speed using a cutting-edge and highly sensitive launch monitor. With all of the collected data, the lab alters clubs to fit each customer's individual needs, working to improve games on the green and to increase fruit-slinging precision on the kitchen table.

221 Quail Ridge Drive
Cottontown,
TN
US

At All About Health, Dr. Rick Clifford and a staff of qualified doctors and certified therapy assistants call upon chiropractic and holistic healing techniques to quell a range of aches and ailments. Dr. Clifford and his crew customize treatments based on exhaustive consultations debriefing the patient’s symptoms, health history, and favorite inspiring quotes. Careful chiropractic treatments can relive chronic pain and restore proper function to the nervous system, while the ancient art of acupuncture adjusts energy channels and alleviates a host of ailments—from the common cold to infertility—without medication. The team uses specific allergy elimination techniques, such as kinesiology acupressure and allopathy, to eliminate sensitivities. All About Health also staffs a crew of licensed massage therapists, who dole out soothing, Swedish strokes and craniosacral therapy.

2759 Hwy 31 W.
White House,
TN
US

Is age 13 too early to start living your dreams? Carol Carter doesn't think so. From that young age, she passed her first correspondence course in interior design and started a career that now spans more than 30 years and countless stunning homes. Armed with a building contractor license and a background that includes art history, she is able to work with clients to deliver unique and creative solutions to remodeling projects, interior overhauls, and building contracting jobs.

Carol Carter Design
White House,
TN
US