Shelbyville

ShelbyvilleAuto dealer license in Tennessee is to be introduced very soon. Shelbyville is a city in Bedford County, Tennessee, USA. It had a local population of 16,105 inhabitants in 2000-census. Shelbyville, the county seat of Bedford County, was built in 1810 and incorporated in 1819. The city is a hub for the Tennessee Walking Horse industry.

Shelbyville is known as the “Pencil City” because of its historical value of the central wooden pencil covered production. And yet the production of writing instruments of the site. In 1982, the National Pen Corporation acquired its main competitor, American Pencil and Paper Company. Sanford Corporation manufactures a marker, the largest writing instrument sales in the city. It was in Shelbyville in 1991, the world’s longest pencil was produced, plastic pencil first capital letter 1091 feet (333 meters) tall, weighs 27 pounds (12 kg).

Other stores in Shelbyville include manufacturers of Calsonic Kansei, Bemis Custom Products Cebal America, and Jost, it also houses a Tyson Foods plant and distribution center of Wal-Mart.