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WSM General Manager Chris Kulick Resigns To Launch New Venture

Chris Kulick. Photo: Chris Hollo

Chris Kulick recently resigned from his role as WSM General Manager to help launch a new venture, Main Street Media. He will serve as New Business Development Sales Manager for Main Street Media.

“I am grateful for the 18 cumulative years I spent with Gaylord Entertainment, Ryman Hospitality, and WSM. I would like to thank the CEO, Colin Reed, and all of the great people I met for treating me so well throughout the years. I wish that great company all the best,” Kulick says. “I am very excited to have the opportunity to work with the owner of Main Street Media, Dave Gould. From the day I met Dave, I felt a special chemistry that I believe will allow us to continue to grow Main Street Media’s vision, while allowing me to bring my unique skill set to the daily operations.”

“We are very excited that Chris is joining the Main Street team. With his vast experience, he is going to be a tremendous help as we work on new ways to share information with our readers and bring more value to local advertisers,” Dave Gould, co-owner of Main Street Media, says.

 

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Troubadour Advisory Council Adds New Members

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s Troubadour Advisory Council, comprised of talented and dedicated young professional leaders in the Nashville community, has added four new members, including Beth Neil (Content Marketing Specialist, Asurion), Weston Newman (Associate, Goodpasture Gray), Spencer Nohe (Director, Creative, BMI) and Torianne Valdez (Program Manager, Musicians On Call).

These newly appointed council members will work closely with the Troubadour Advisory Council leadership team comprised of Council Chairman Mary Lauren Teague (Owner/Manager, Dotted i Entertainment), Corporate Relations Team Co-Leader Jeremy Bradford (Finance, Universal Music Group Nashville), Corporate Relations Team Co-Leader Katie Cline Moore (Business Manager, Wiles+Taylor & Co., P.C.), Events Team Co-Leader Patrick Thomas (President, Silverfish Media) and Events Team Co-Leader Emilee Warner (Community Volunteer).

 

One Country Teams With Numana To Benefit Nashville’s Second Harvest Food Bank

One Country has teamed with hunger relief non-profit Numana to host their first meal packing event in Nashville, on Feb. 15 at Cross Point Church (299 Cowan Street). The event aims to donate 250,000 meals to Nashville’s Second Harvest Food Bank.

The event, which will run from noon-4 p.m. CT, marks One Country’s first meal packing event since launching One Country Give, the company’s charitable division, in 2019. One Country is looking for volunteers within Nashville and surrounding areas to help give back. Attendees can sign up for two-hour shifts (either 12-2 p.m. or 2-4 p.m.), where they will be packing meals, enjoying live music, giveaways and more. Season 17 The Voice winner Jake Hoot and Season 9 The Voice contestant Barrett Baber will be on hand to perform for volunteers and help pack meals throughout the day.To register, visit onecountrygive.com/pages/nashville

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Jessica Nicholson serves as the Managing Editor for MusicRow magazine. Her previous music journalism experience includes work with Country Weekly magazine and Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) magazine. She holds a BBA degree in Music Business and Marketing from Belmont University. She welcomes your feedback at [email protected]

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