Published on 23 Sep 2021, 16:46
From farm tractors pulling wagon loads of revelers, to trucks carrying hot tubs full of boozing parties, the so-called “transportainment” industry is rocking in downtown Nashville. But some concerned citizens are worried that the ‘bars on wheels’ aren’t safe. “I don’t think that there are appropriate guidelines in place to make sure that people are safe,” said Jim Schmitz of “Safe Fun Nashville.” Inside Edition tagged along on a recent party bike tour with a group celebrating a reveler’s 21st birthday.
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