I've had this in my email inbox for awhile. Last week, Visit Knoxville released its 2013 City Guide & Visitor Handbook, a 72-page magazine that covers attractions, events, blah, blah, and all sorts of fancy going ons in the city.
The organization's president, Kim Bumpas, called it “an important resource for visitors when planning their trip to Knoxville.” She also noted that it will feature new editorial content from local writers and personalities that are designed to give a visitor and insider's perspective to Knoxville.
No mention of whether visitor's will be assaulted with the popular city and county catch phrase: “You're not from around here, are you?”
The guide is actually pretty cool. You can see it online, right smack here, or download it (or have it mailed to you) by clicking here.
You can also get one at the Knoxville Visitor Center at 301 S. Gay St. in downtown Knoxville.