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Country 23/04/2015

The George Jones Museum Names Bdbest Events Official Event Planner

The George Jones Museum Names Bdbest Events Official Event Planner

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Nancy Jones is pleased to announce music industry veteran and event planner Kathy Best of BDBest Events as the official event planning agency to represent The George Jones Museum.

"I am thrilled about having Kathy join our team as we launch The George Jones Museum," says Nancy Jones. "Her expertise and knowledge of event planning and 20+ years in the music industry is unparalleled in Nashville and we have many exciting things ahead of us."

"It is an honor to be working with the George Jones Museum," says Best. "Nancy Jones and her staff have put together a great tribute to one of Country Music's most defining performers. Just as impressive is the beautifully designed state of the art event spaces. It's gorgeous and we are already booking weddings and events before opening. I'm looking forward to spreading the word about the George Jones Museum." The Museum includes a restaurant, a 7,800 sq. foot event center, a roof top event space and bar overlooking Nashville's Riverfront Park.

Best has enjoyed a storied history in the business. As an event planner and venue owner, Best has planned over 350 weddings including the 2011 wedding for Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert as well as Thomas Rhett, Tom Gossin (Gloriana), Sarah Darling, and Brantley Gilbert's upcoming nuptials. Prior to that, she helmed one of the top PR companies in Nashville. As head of Front Page Publicity, she represented some of the top artists in the format - including Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, the Dixie Chicks and Country Music Hall of Fame member George Strait.

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Located at 128 Second Avenue North in the heart of downtown Nashville, the George Jones Museum tells the story of one of the most historic careers in music history. The multi-level building showcases memorabilia from Jones' life and career. Born in Saratoga, TX in 1931, Jones was a fixture on the radio and on stage from 1955 until his passing in 2013. The George Jones Museum includes a restaurant, an 7,800 sq. foot event center, and a roof top bar overlooking Riverfront Park.
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