Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Glade Sun

January 17, 2013

Help bring Mustard Museum to Crossville

CROSSVILLE — Crossville has a claim to fame most residents don't know. We make 23 percent of the mustard consumed in the United States. Right here in Crossville, TN. Therefore, it only makes sense that The National Mustard Museum be located in Crossville, TN. Downtown Crossville, Inc. is asking for help in making this happen.

Currently located in Middleton, WI, the National Mustard Museum was the brainchild of attorney Barry Levenson. Opened in 1979, the museum is open seven days a week and has a successful internet presence. Anyone who moved from Wisconsin is asked to reach out to family, friends and colleagues still located in Wisconsin.

If anyone has a connection to The National Mustard Museum or know Attorney Barry Levenson, please contact DCI at (931) 787-1324.

Downtown Crossville, Inc. link: www.downtowncrossvilleinc.net.

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