The Cedar Place
Cedar is a soft wood known that smells good, and it’s a natural insect repellent. In the hands of one of the Greer brothers, it’s transformed into Adirondack chairs, swings and more. Tennessee Crossroads visits a family business simply named Cedar Place just south of Nashville. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television’s Tennessee Crossroads.
Cedar is a soft wood known that smells good, and it's a natural insect repellent. In the hands of one of the Greer brothers, it's transformed into Adirondack chairs, swings and more. Our first stop is a shop just south of Nashville. A family business simply named Cedar Place.
Joe Elmore has been the host of this Emmy-award winning series since its beginnings. As the face of Tennessee Crossroads, Joe has been taking viewers to meet interesting people and explore fascinating out-of-the-way places since 1987. Joe is also a producer and co-host of Horsepower TV on Spike TV. Joe launched his TV career at WHBQ TV in Memphis, TN, where he served as weekend anchor and reporter. Later, he was chosen to co-host the station's PM Magazine show, where he produced nationally-broadcast stories. He has also done extensive work as an independent film and video producer for clients throughout the Southeast.