High Cotton is a retail store nestled in heart of downtown Dickson, Tennessee. This beloved store carries the city’s famous postcard-style mural on the side of its building which is adored by visitors and local residents alike.
Inside High Cotton’s 5,500 square feet, two-story building, shoppers can find personalized gifts for their loved ones, authentic antiques for their collections, and modern home decor for their homes. Located next to two large parking lots and multiple popular restaurants, High Cotton grabs the attention and affection from all those who pass by daily.
Over the past decade, Downtown Dickson has received over 5 million dollars in revitalization funds, creating a beautiful atmosphere and attracting shoppers from Nashville, Columbia, Clarksville, Jackson, and all throughout middle Tennessee. Dickson has become a coveted area to live and travel to, with a short 45-minute commute to Nashville. Antique hunters and shoppers visit Dickson as an epicenter of great finds, friendly faces, and delicious food.
High Cotton has been a well-established retail store since 2013. Viki, a vivacious, retired postal worker, dreamt of opening a retail shop full of nick nacks and handmade items that she discovered around middle Tennessee. In the summer of 2018, Viki passed away from cancer. New owners, Ron Runyeon and Ande Truman purchased the building and decided to continue the High Cotton legacy while elevating its brand and atmosphere.