Music City to Host 2013 Summer NAMM Show

NAMM shows are always a great place to determine what’s going to be on the music product(s) horizon in the near future… And it appears that Nashville will be the next NAMM gig for those that are interested…
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story by Chris Cannon

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – More than 10,000 attendees of the Summer NAMM show will soon start to arrive in Nashville. One hotel has spent millions in anticipation of their arrival.

The National Association of Music Merchants will hold its summer convention at Music City Center. It is the largest convention to be held in the recently opened facility.

Organizers said the convention is a perfect fit for Nashville.

“It’s all the major companies, new companies, start-up companies, and it’s their opportunity to come here and meet musicians,” said musician Rick Monroe.

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http://www.newschannel5.com/story/22799475/big-conventions-call-music-city-center-home

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