Nashville Mayor Declares the Week of March 3, 2008 "Country Radio Week"
Feb 25, 2008 Nashville Mayor Declares the Week of March 3, 2008 "Country Radio Week"
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean issued a proclamation making the week of March 3, 2008 "Country Radio Week." The mayor will present the official proclamation to Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc. Executive Director Ed Salamon and President Becky Brenner when he welcomes attendees to the 39th Country Radio Seminar (CRS-39) on March 5th. The proclamation recognizes that "Country radio promotes Nashville tourism daily by broadcasting information about our city and its attractions. Country radio is the primary medium for exposure of Country music, an endeavor that employs many Nashvillians as artists, writers and producers. Country Radio Seminar will bring country radio professionals together from all across America." Ed Salamon, Executive Director of the CRB stated, "We are gratified that Mayor Karl Dean recognizes the considerable economic impact that country radio has on Nashville and Davidson County and has given radio its own week" This honor reinforces the reputation of CRS-39 as the premier forum for education and information for members of the country music industry. Along with continuing education panels for industry professionals, the CRS-39 agenda includes research presentations, artist showcases and discussion forums. Issues that impact Country radio sales and programming, as well as the record industry in general, will be covered during the three-day event. CRS-39 will take place from March 5th to 7th at the Nashville Convention Center. All agenda and registration details are available at www.crb.org. For additional information contact the CRB office at 615-327-4487.