By Jason Harmon, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is excited to welcome ACI back to Nashville. We have presentations from R3 professionals, marketers, communication directors, tourism, educators, influencers and industry professionals on the agenda to help us better understand how to reach all generations X, Y, Z and beyond.
The Country Music Hall of Fame is where we will kick off the week with a welcome reception. Attendees will have exclusive after-hours access to tour the museum with hors d’oeuvres and beverages, then finish off the evening with a private acoustic concert featuring two hit songwriters with plenty of hits and stories to share. You don’t want to miss this!
To wrap up the week, we will announce the 2021 ACI Award winners at the one and only Johnny Cash Museum. This will be a night of music, food and recognition for the hard-working conservation communicators across the country.
There’s no better place to experience music than Nashville, a city of storytellers and dreamers, where all are welcome with an authentic, friendly, creative spirit. Come discover all the city has to offer and meet with the best of the best in conservation communication from state and federal natural resource agencies across the country.
Drury Plaza Hotel Nashville Downtown
300 Korean Veterans Blvd.,
Nashville, TN 37201
Fee: $300; Guest Fee: $200
We’ll be fleshing out the details in the coming weeks, but here’s an overview:
- Sunday: Check-In 1-5 p.m.
- Welcome Reception at Country Music Hall of Fame 6-9 p.m.
- Monday: Sessions begin. Dinner and auction
- Tuesday: Sessions and field trip
- Wednesday: Sessions and Awards Ceremony at Johnny Cash Museum
To Register, visit here