Lawrence County scenic Virtual Tour is now live

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There is a new tool online for real estate agents and businesses who would like to promote Lawrence County Tennessee.  SpotLight Virtual Tours announces the first scenic tour of Lawrence County online!

David Crockett was one of the first commissioners and justices of the peace from Lawrence County.  Even though he was only here for four or five years, David Crockett had a tremendous impact on the conty and is a main attraction for tourists.  Lawrenceburg, the county seat, is home to the David Crockett State Park.  A statue of David Crockett graces the county square.

Lawrencebug Square -David Crockett Statue

Enjoy the tour!

Brett Weaver

SpotLight Virtual Tours 

Lawrence County TN Virtual Tours 

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Steve Glose
Keller Williams Classic Group - Orlando, FL
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great virtual tour of Lawrence County. I need to look at adding a VT to my website my farm area.
Apr 27, 2008 04:11 PM #1
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John Ferrante
Virtual Tours By - FERRANTE-PHOTO LLC - Fort Lauderdale, FL

It looks like a great place to live.

Apr 29, 2008 01:29 PM #2
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Debra Higgins
Four Seasons Virtual Tours - Crown Point, IN

Brett:

Great tour! Thanks for the ideas.

Debbie Higgins

Apr 29, 2008 02:04 PM #3
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Neat idea. Thanks for the tour.

Dave

May 19, 2008 07:04 PM #4
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Rudy Gutierrez
OnView 360 - Scottsdale, AZ
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Brett,

I enjoy the tour of Lawrence County. Did you approach the County or did they call you? There are a number of small communities near me that I thought would benefit from a tour similar to this one. Did you choose not to use hotspots or did the client?

 

Rudy Gutierrez

www.OnView360.com

Jun 02, 2008 11:26 AM #5
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Brett Weaver
SpotLight Virtual Tours - Florence, AL
Owner/Photographer

Thanks Rudy,

I approached the Chamber myself.  It was actually one of the first stops I made when I started my virtual tour business.  They were very receptive of the idea.

The lack of hotspots was my choice.  I'm still not 100% complete with the tour.  I would like to have a map image and put the hotspots on there, but since it covers the whole county the map scale starts to be a problem.  For instance I have several scenes from the county seat and the hotspots would be on top of each other.  I guess I could use multiple maps, but then it starts to get complicated.  If you have ideas I'd be glad to hear them.

Thanks for the comment,

Brett

Jun 02, 2008 12:46 PM #6
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