NAMM president and CEO, Joe Lamond, announced in a video that Summer NAMM will return to Nashville, Tenn., this summer. The show will take place at the Music City Center from July 15–17.
“There’s still a lot of unknowns, but we are on,” Lamond said in the video. “The team here is actively planning for Summer NAMM, July 15–17 in Nashville.”
To make Summer NAMM happen, Lamond and his team are working alongside Good to Go. Good to Go is a hospitality safety initiative created by the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp (NCVC) with the goal of keeping the city strumming. Produced in cooperation with Vanderbilt Health, Ryman Hospitality Properties and SERVPRO, Good to Go strives to help businesses in every industry implement health and safety guidelines. The organization recognizes that, under the current circumstances, safety is top of mind for most visitors.
Lamond went on to highlight the excitement surrounding an in-person trade show in the MI industry.
“We’ve heard from so many of you that our industry needs this opportunity to gather in-person, to conduct business, to attend education and training sessions, and to inspire each other,” he said.
NAMM also set dates for the 2022 NAMM Show, which the organization currently expects to go forward. It will take place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif., from January 20–23.
To watch Lamond’s video and learn more about NAMM’s upcoming events, visit the organization’s website here.
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