On Wednesday, Feb. 25, Country Radio Seminar will kick off its annual event with the Opening Ceremonies at 3 p.m. CT at the Nashville Convention Center in downtown Nashville. A host of announcements are scheduled for the opening ceremonies, making this year’s opening ceremony a must-attend event.
Some of the highlights include the reveal of the Country Radio Hall of Fame Class of 2015, a presentation recognizing Lady Antebellum for being the recipient of the CRS 2015 Artist Humanitarian Award, an appearance by Mayor Karl Dean, presentation of the 2015 Tom Rivers Award to Jeff Smulyan and awarding the Rusty Walker scholarship winners, the endowment presentation to the University of North Texas, and a special announcement that attendees will not want to miss.
In addition, the Opening Ceremonies will kick off with the U.S. Marine color guard making an appearance and Capitol recording artist Mickey Guyton performing the national anthem.
CRS President Charlie Morgan comments, “What better way to kick off CRS 2015 than showing our pride in the US Marine Corps, spotlighting a great new talent, giving scholarships, an endowment, and paying tribute to two of our formats greats! I’ve also got a HUGE announcement that I can’t wait to unveil, so you better be there!”
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