Two states. Four counties. One Community.
If you’ve never heard of Ardmore, chances are you’re not alone. In many ways, it’s no different than any other small town in America. It’s filled with people who genuinely care for one another and are proud to be where they’re from. There’s a church around every corner, and every person you meet greets you with a smile.
But Ardmore has something most places don’t. There’s a uniqueness here very few places in the country can claim.
Settled along the Alabama/Tennessee line, Ardmore lies within two states and four counties. It has two mayors, two city councils. Different state and local laws can sometimes govern opposite sides of the same street. And while it can sometimes be frustrating, the people who live here never really think of the difference.
To them, it’s just Ardmore.
And if the unique history of the town and the friendly people aren’t enough to get you to visit, the local shopping might do the trick. Take a quick stroll down Ardmore Avenue and you’re bound to find anything you could ever want. Furniture. Antiques. Home decor. Boutique clothing. It’s all right here within walking distance. And you’d be hard pressed to find more affordable prices anywhere else. Couple that with some fantastic customer service, and Ardmore is likely to become your new favorite place to shop.
So take a drive up to the state line and pay Ardmore a visit. Because like they said, “they’ll treat you so many ways you’re bound to like one of them.”
For more information, visit the Greater Ardmore Chamber of Commerce at their website.