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Omni Nashville Hotel and museum set to open in 2013
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Omni Hotels & Resorts and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has revealed the design for the integrated 21-story Omni Nashville Hotel and 200,000-square-foot Museum expansion helmed by HKS Hill Glazier Studio, an international architecture firm based in Dallas, TX. More

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Nashville Fashion Week attracts chic industry's power players
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In the business world, there are power lunches. Call this a power party. Recently in a premium penthouse space of The Pinnacle that overlooked the city skyline, Nashville Fashion Week kicked off in front of an enthusiastic audience. The clothes on the runway were striking, but what also stood out was the makeup of the crowd itself: designers, stylists, advertisers, photographers, entrepreneurs, retailers, media members and general followers of fashion. More

Grand Ole Opry ready for CMA week
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Lady Antebellum, Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride, The Oak Ridge Boys and Jerrod Niemann will all be on stage Tues., June 7, as the Grand Ole Opry kicks off its CMA Music Fest Week with two star-packed Opry shows. More

London taxis to feature Nashville ads
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In the next few months, Nashville could experience a British invasion. Music City is trying to cash in on the excitement surrounding the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Ten of London's iconic taxis will be covered in a special wrap to lure tourists to Nashville: 150 taxis will feature ads inside that read, "Music is the universal language." More



Symphony gives students free instruments, lessons
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The Nashville Symphony wants to be known for not just its sound but as a group removing barriers for students who dream of pursuing music and often lack the support they need." Coming from where we come from, people stereotype us and put us down and say that basically we'll never be nothing," said Pearl-Cohn High School senior Theron Boyd. More

Train exhibit built with plant materials
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An exclusive and unique exhibit that hopes to attract people of all ages is opening in Nashville. "I remember coming home from a vacation and the entire first floor was covered in train tracks," said Brian Busse of Applied Imagination. He and his father, Paul, aren't the average toy train fans. Paul Busse started a garden train business about 30 years ago, and Brian Busse joined in. They've built garden train displays in the biggest cities around the country. More

The ever-changing scene of hotel room amenities
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For a while there, you could count on your average hotel room to be almost as well-stocked as a Wal-Mart. Walk into the bathroom and you'd find shampoo, conditioner, lotion, mouthwash, a shower cap and not one but two bars of soap, in case you didn't want to lather your body with the same suds that oozed over your hands. Lost a button on your blouse? Mending kit right this way. Want to buff your shoes? Grab the shoe mitt. But the recession put the brakes on such bountiful in-room accouterments. More

Facebook leads to hotel room revenue
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Facebook is fast becoming more than a customer relationship tool for many independent properties and chains. Many hotels now offer room-booking technology on their Facebook pages, which is leading to incremental sales. "There is real commerce that is starting to grow on Facebook. Companies like Delta (Airlines) are putting booking engines on Facebook, and Sony just started a deal where consumers can rent movies," said Michael Hraba, owner of Hraba Hospitality Consulting in San Mateo, Calif. More
   
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