|NWRA Symposium 2014|
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Whether your taste is music, history, or nature, Nashville has something for you! Nashville is known as Music City and stands behind its name offering a variety of attractions including the Country Music Hall of Fame. At night you cannot walk more than a block or two without finding some live music from zydeco to country, and bluegrass to brass bands. If your taste is more historic, be sure to visit the Parthenon, the Tennessee State Museum, Belle Meade Plantation, or the Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson. The Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, Radnor Lake State Park, and the Nashville Zoo are options for spending time outdoors.
Come for the great Symposium program, stay for the many attractions!
Weather in Tennessee: During March, expect Murfreesbroro
daytime temperatures of 50-60°F; however, warmer or cooler temperatures,
rain or windy conditions are possible. Average March rain is 4.8
Symposium Handouts. Note: This page is password protected. You must be registered for NWRA Symposium 2014 to receive the password.
Here is the Registration Brochure. Feel free to share with your colleagues and friends.
Here is the Exhibitor Information. Please share with anyone interested in being an Exhibitor at the 2014 Symposium.
To make your hotel reservations online at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Nashville, please follow this link and use code NWR under Add Special Rate Codes/Group Codes to receive the NWRA symposium reduced room rate.
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