The Appointment Group opens Nashville office

The Appointment Group (TAG) has expanded its US operation with the opening of an office in Nashville, Tennessee.

Managing director, global touring US, Byron Carr
Managing director, global touring US, Byron Carr

The new office has opened following the success of TAG’s New York, Atlanta and Los Angeles offices. The agency believed that in Nashville its expertise could make a significant difference in that area’s country music scene. The office will primarily concentrate on the travel requirements of the touring and entertainment industry.

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The new venture will be spearheaded by Mary Frame, the Nashville office’s general manager.

She said: "We very much hope and expect our Nashville office to mirror the success of our other US operations. We are confident our founding principles of providing the highest calibre of service whilst providing overall best value to our clients will help us gaining new longstanding clients."

Managing director, global touring US, Byron Carr, added: "Our presence in the US continues to significantly grow, the opening of our Nashville office is a calculated decision for TAG to solidify its position in the American Music Industry. This office opening demonstrates TAG’s ongoing commitment and investment in the US, continuously exploring new markets and expanding our client portfolio."

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