Where is SoftSpace?
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Portland, ME

Home to “Portland Head Light”… the most photographed light house in the world.

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Columbia,TN

Mule capitol of the world! Also the home of SoftSpace HQ.

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Tampa Bay, FL

The world’s first scheduled passenger flight flew from St. Pete to Tampa in 1914. Tickets cost $5.00.

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Las Vegas, NV

It would take 288 years for one person to spend one night in every hotel room in Las Vegas.

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Baton Rouge, LA

The state capitol building in Baton Rouge happens to be the tallest in the entire nation, at 450 ft. tall.

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Dallas, TX

In Dallas, it is illegal to modify the weather unless you warn residents via local newspaper.

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San Antonio, TX

Joan Crawford, one of the brightest stars in the history of American cinema, was born here.

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San Diego, CA

Holy Guacamole! San Diego produces more avocados than any other place in the country.

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Sacramento, CA

Cheese lovers take a very big note: There is a climbable hunk of Swiss Cheese in Sacramento’s Fairytale Town.

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San Francisco, CA

Public nudity was perfectly legal in San Francisco until February 2013.

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Indianapolis, Indiana

If you’re under 14, you can be fined $3 per swear word in Indianapolis with a maximum of $10 worth of fines per day.

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New York City, NY

Albert Einstein’s eyeballs are stored in a safe deposit box in the city.

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Atlanta, GA

In Atlanta, it’s against the law to tie a giraffe to a street lamp or telephone pole.

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San Juan, PR

More than 70% of the rum sold in the U.S. comes from Puerto Rico.

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Denver, CO

Because of Denver’s air and altitude, it’s easier to get drunk. Alcoholic drinks can sometimes feel 1.5 to 3 times more potent in the Mile High City.

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Orlando, FL

The movies “My Girl,” “The Waterboy,” “Monster,” and “Lethal Weapon 3″ were all filmed in Orlando.

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Washington D.C.

One may not dance in Washington D.C. for more than twelve hours in any twenty four hour period.

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Seattle, WA

Seattle is the birthplace of Starbucks, the world’s largest coffee chain.

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Chicago, IL

There’s only one other place in the world with a higher Polish population than Chicago. And it’s Warsaw, Poland.

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Nashville, TN

Music City! Home to Thousands of musicians including: Jack White, Trace Adkins, and Kelly Clarkson

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New Orleans, LA

Mardi Gras masks aren’t just for fun. It’s illegal to ride on a Mardi Gras float in New Orleans without one.

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Minneapolis, MN

The nation’s first armored car was built in Minneapolis.

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Augusta, ME

The Capitol of Maine. Maine has over 32,000 miles of rivers and streams.

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Raleigh, NC

The first historically black university in the south, Shaw University is located in Raleigh.

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Birmingham, AL

Birmingham is the only place in the world where all the ingredients for making iron are present: coal, iron ore and limestone-all within a ten-mile radius.

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Philadelphia, PA

The first Thanksgiving Day Parade was held in Philly in 1920.

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Atlantic City, NJ

In New Jersey, it is illegal to wear a bullet-proof vest while committing a murder.

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Montgomery, AL

In 1965, the famous March for Justice led by Dr. Martin L. King started in Selma and ended in Montgomery.

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Jackson, MI

In 1854 the establishment of the Republican Party occurred in this city.

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Miami, FL

Burger King actually began right in Miami. In the Miami International Airport, to be exact.

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Fort Lauderdale, FL

Fort Lauderdale has its very own three-tiered living coral reef system.

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Nashua, NH

Nashua has been ranked the #1 “Best Place to Live in America” by Money Magazine (in 1987 and 1997), and to date, is the only city to be given the #1 honor  twice.

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Cincinnati, OH

George Clooney was born in Cincinnati. You’re welcome, ladies.

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Columbus, OH

In Ohio, it is illegal to fish for whale on Sunday. And… it is illegal to get a fish drunk.

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Portland, OR

There’s a $500 fine if you try to pump your own gas in Portland.

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Anaheim, CA

From groundbreaking to opening, Disneyland was built in only 365 days.

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Salt Lake City, UT

The Great Salt Lake contains somewhere between 4.5 to 4.9 billion tons of salt. And yes, you’ll float in it.

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Austin, TX

Austin is home to the largest urban bat colony in North America. The Congress Ave. Bats.

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Bowling Green, KY

Home to the “Lost River Cave”. Ripley’s Believe It or Not claims it is the shortest and deepest river in the world.

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Annapolis, MD

In Maryland, thistles may not grow in one’s yard.

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Richmond, VA

Pocahontas once lived in what is now Henricus Historical Park.

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Pittsburgh, PA

Some American favorites such as the “Clark Bar”, “Klondike Bar”, and “Heinz Ketchup” all originated in Pittsburgh.

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Boston, MA

The “Boston Common” has been around since 1634 and is the oldest public park in the country.

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Detroit, MI

The salt mines beneath Detroit could keep our food flavored for over 70,000 years.

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Honolulu, HI

Clearly Honolulu wants its residents to have a good time because you can be fined for not owning a boat.

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Houston, TX

Houston is the only major U.S. city without zoning ordinances, which allows for more flexibility in land use planning.

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Redmond, WA

In Washington, you may not carry a concealed weapon that is over six feet in length.

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Ontario, CA

In Ontario, roosters may not crow in city limits.

The Places We have been

SoftSpace has done work that has spread to many places. We have even sent work to Toronto, Puerto Rico, and Amsterdam. We are expanding all of the time. Take a look at the places we have been, and see some of the things we have learned.

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The number of times we have gone to Las Vegas.

SoftSpace HQ is located in Columbia, TN

Where is Softspace?

SoftSpace moved to Columbia, TN in July of 2006.

We are located on Nashville Hwy. It is hard to miss us, look for our big red stripe.

The City of Columbia (Population: 34,681, Source: 2010 Census) is located approximately 45 miles south of Nashville in the heart of Maury County. Our city offers something for everyone. Whether your interest is historical homes, sports, antiques, shopping, or mules – we have it all! Did someone say mules?