Nashville’s Music City Center promises to change the downtown atmosphere forever, but some things will always stay the same. For one, Nashvilleans and visitor's love for all things food. For years, Nashville has been home to some of the nicest and most classic restaurants that are sure to please all diners. Choosing any one of the restaurants from this list is sure to give you a truly delightful evening!
Debuting in May of last year, the Music City Center has hosted a range of business events, conferences and trade shows. Its construction is just another sign of Nashville’s rise as a hub for business, where established companies can thrive and new ones can blossom. If you would like to take advantage of Nashville’s new “It City” status and hold an event at the MCC, here’s a brief rundown on its specs, services and location.
Business owners know how important it is to keep your team informed, inspired and constantly evolving. The same old office activities, team-building exercises and employee outings start to lose their luster after a while, which is why exploring new options for education and training is such an effective idea. Corporate conferences can be one of the most valuable tools you have when it comes to motivating and educating your team. Planning a great conference that your employees will both enjoy and learn from is easy if you know where to start.
With the opening of the Music City Center imminent, convention planners around the country are scrambling for reservations for the next big event. While the convention hall has been reserved over a year out, there are still many places in Nashville to hold conventions. If you’re determined to hold your next convention in the Music City Center, there are some things you should know.