City Of Hope To Honor Industry Veteran Bruce Hinton

Bruce Hinton

Bruce Hinton

Industry veteran Bruce Hinton will be honored at this year’s City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game, which will be held Tuesday, June 7, at First Tennessee Park in Nashville during the CMA Music Festival.

Hinton will be recognized as the founder of the event, and for his contributions to the game over its 25-year history. Hinton ran the event for more than a decade before retiring in 2002. He spent 19 years at the helm of MCA Nashville, and has held board positions for the Country Music Foundation, Country Music Association, Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Leadership Music, W.O. Smith Nashville Community School, Music & Entertainment Industry Chapter, and the Senior Advisory Board of the Sports & Entertainment Academy at Indiana University.

This year, celebrities will take to the field for its 26th year in support of City of Hope, which is an independent research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases.

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