Top 5 Things To Do in Nashville

In five weeks we’ll be gathering in Nashville, Tennessee, for our annual AJLA Winter Meeting. Join us at the landmark Renaissance Nashville Hotel from Wednesday, December 7, to Friday, December 9, for opportunities to collaborate and brainstorm about AJLA products during the day, and to enjoy music, food, and networking in the evening.

Interested, but still need convincing? We’ve rounded up the Top Five Things To Do in Nashville to persuade you.

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  1. Pay tribute to the history of music.

Visit the Country Music Hall of Fame. While you’re there, join a tour of RCA Studio B, where greats like Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, and Dolly Parton recorded some of their top hits. Love Johnny Cash? Visit his museum on 3rd Avenue.

  1. Take a stroll down Honky Tonk Highway.

Step out of the museums and into live music when you walk down Lower Broadway. Enjoy no cover charges and listen to up-and-coming musicians any time between 10 AM and 3 AM. There’s even a free Nashville Live Music Guide app that tells you who’s playing, when, and where.

  1. Eat hot chicken.

Treat your taste buds to a perfect fried chicken sandwich, breaded and coated with cayenne and other spices, served on white bread with pickles. This legendary Nashville dish will clear your sinuses and take the chill out of the December air.

  1. Take in the sights.

There’s more to see in Nashville than music venues. Tour historical mansions, botanical gardens (check out their Christmas lights!), and a full-scale replica of the Parthenon.

  1. Shape the future of AJLA–TS software and services.

Collaborate with AJLA consortium members and AJLA–TS staff to envision the future of America’s JobLink, ReportLink, and CertLink. Weigh in on enhancement requests and listen to each other’s best practices so you can bring home new ideas and solutions for your state.

Need more reasons to come? Check out our “Convince Your Boss” letter and look through the agenda to see what we have lined up! Be sure to register for the conference and snag the AJLA discounted hotel rate here by Friday, November 25. All conference information is available on the AJLA Events page.

We’re looking forward to seeing you!

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Author: Joy Bancroft

I am the Multimedia Instructional Designer for America's Job Link Alliance–Technical Support. I work on user guides, social media, software demos, and other customer relations projects.

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