| Feb 3, 2009 |
Week of March 2, 2009 Officially Declared "Country Radio Week"
Mayor Karl Dean has officially proclaimed the week of March 2, 2009 as "Country Radio Week" in Nashville, Tenn. in recognition of Country Radio Seminar 40.
In appreciation of the contributions made to Nashville by Country Radio Seminar over the past 40 years, the mayor will present the proclamation to Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc. Executive Director Ed Salamon and President Becky Brenner when he welcomes attendees to CRS-40 on March 4.
"For the fifth consecutive year, CRS week has been designated as 'Country Radio Week' here in Nashville," said CRB Executive Director Ed Salamon. "We are honored that Mayor Karl Dean has recognized the seminar as an important component to the ongoing vitality of our city's economy and culture."
The proclamation states 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 which employs many Nashvillians as artists, writers and producers."
CRS-40 will be held March 4-6, 2009 at the Nashville Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn. Complete seminar information may be obtained by contacting CRB, Inc. at 615.327.4487 or by visiting www.crb.org. The current rate of $699 expires Feb. 6. On-site registration is $749.