Nashville SC Kicks Off in GEODIS Park

Nashville SC Kicks Off in GEODIS Park

Soccer Has a Home in Music City

Yesterday afternoon, Nashville SC took on Philadelphia Union, in the brand new, state of the art stadium, Geodis Park. Nashville SC fans packed the stadium, with reported attendance being a 30,109 person sellout! The game ended in a 1-1 draw, but Nashville’s Randall Leal played the hero in the 85th minute, netting a penalty kick that tied the game. Prior to that, Nashville had multiple shots inside the box that either clanked off the post, crossbar, or goalie. 

When it was all said and done though, the teams tied on a beautiful and exciting day, at Nashville SC’s new home. After that draw, Nashville is currently tied for 7th place in the West, with 12 points.

Their next home game is next Sunday (5/8) at 4pm versus Salt Lake.

Your Truck…Can Power Your House??

Get a load of this…

Ford, and Sunrun, the nation’s leading solar company, are partnering to advance home energy storage and solar power using the F-150 Lightning truck to power homes and help accelerate the adoption of zero-carbon solar energy.

Yeah. 

2022 Ford F 150 Lightning electric pickup truck charging

F-150 Lightning with available Ford Intelligent Backup Power can provide power and security during an electrical outage – the first electric truck in the U.S. to offer this capability. With Sunrun as the preferred installer for F-150 Lightning home charging solutions in select service areas, customers may also have the opportunity to install solar energy – enabling them to power both their home and charge their truck with clean, renewable energy.

The F-150 Lightning extended-range battery system can store 131 kilowatt-hours of energy and deliver up to 9.6 kilowatts of power. Based on an average U.S. home at 30 kilowatt-hours of use per day, F-150 Lightning with extended-range battery provides full home power for up to three days, or as long as 10 days when used in conjunction with solar power or rationing.

On this Day in History

  • In 2011, Osama bin Laden was killed by U.S. forces in Abbottabad, Pakistan
  • In 1972, famous wrestler and actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is born
  • In 1946, the violent and bloody Battle of Alcatraz ensued, after 6 prisoners attempted to escape
  • In 1939, Lou Gehrig’s legendary streak of consecutive games played ends at 2,130
  • In 1803, The United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France
  • In 1536, King Henry VIII had his second wife, Anne Boleyn, committed to the Tower of London on charges of adultery and incest
  • In 1519, Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci died in Cloux, France

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