Only one day remains before the $399 Early Bird registration expires for CRS 2012. The event will be held Feb. 22-24 in downtown Nashville. Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 16, the CRS 2012 registration price increases to the $499 Regular Rate.
Country Radio Seminar continues to improve the CRS experience for its attendees with this year’s addition of a new Internet café, after-hours songwriters in the round and an updated, professionally redesigned lounge.
For the first time ever, Country Radio Seminar is offering free, on-site Internet with its new St. Jude Internet Café. Sponsored by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the café serves coffee and beverages and provides free wireless or wired Internet access for all CRS attendees. Cell phone charging stations are also available in the café.
On the Wednesday and Thursday night of the seminar, Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley will be open for after-hours acoustic entertainment. Hosted by radio legend Bob Kingsley, the venue will showcase performances from some of Nashville’s top songwriters.
The private CRS Badge Bar has been expanded and completely redesigned for CRS 2012 by nationally recognized Nashville party planner Randi Lesnick. Featuring new décor and furniture, a fully stocked bar and a modern, relaxed atmosphere, the Badge Bar is open to CRS attendees only.
“These new destinations at CRS 2012 were created to provide greater conveniences and more entertainment options for our attendees. People no longer have to go back to their room at the hotel to charge their phone or get online,” says CRS Executive Director Bill Mayne.
The limited time, $399 Early Bird registration expires Nov. 15. Register at www.CountryRadioSeminar.com or by calling (615) 327-4487.