T.J. MARTELL FOUNDATION YOUNG PROFESSIONALS COUNCIL HOLDS MIXER AT WESTIN HOTEL’S L27 ROOFTOP BAR

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 2, 2017) – The T.J. Martell Foundation Young Professionals Council held a mixer as a pre-cursor event to their Second Annual ‘Downtown Derby Bed Race.’ Young professionals from all walks of the music industry and other Nashville businesses were present. Companies represented included CAA, APA, WME, The Billions Corporation, Soundcheck, Wortman Works, Webster PR, Sony Music Nashville, Warner Music Group, Huskins-Harris, Red Light Management, Morris Higham Management and many more.

L to R (Back): Lexia Chamryk, Country Thunder; Nick Miller, WME; JD McCorkle, Billions; Nate Ritches, Morris Higham Management; co-chair Justin Cahill, CAA; Elyse Wiser, Wortman Works; Mark Turcotte, MWC Media; Tinti Moffat, T.J. Martell Foundation; Emilie Gilbert, Sony Music Nashville; Meredith White, Bubble Up; Kelsey Dewald, Do615; co-chair Nicholas Garvin, Fusion Music/Red Light Management; Kevin Quinlivan, T.J. Martell Foundation
(Middle): Kristin Wingard, APA; co-chair Liz Cost, Sony Music Nashville; Megan Thieme, Tin Roof Bars; Kindal Jumper, Soundcheck Nashville
(Front): Rudi Wilhoite, Outback Concerts; Blaire Buergler, T.J. Martell Foundation, co-chair Zach Farnum, Webster PR; Leah Nelson, T.J. Martell Foundation
Photo credit: Jen Silver Photography

The evening was sponsored by Element Music Row, G7 Entertainment Marketing and Who Knew with specialty drinks provided by Blue Chair Bay Rum.

The Second Annual ‘Downtown Derby Bed Race’ will be held on May 6 raising funds for leukemia, cancer and AIDS research.

“Anyone who participated in last year’s event will tell you that it was a phenomenally fun time, and the teams brought enthusiasm well beyond everyone’s expectations,” said Young Professionals Council co-chair, Justin Cahill. “After such a wildly successful inaugural event, the T.J. Martell Foundation Young Professionals are excited to come back bigger and better in 2017.”
Team registration is now open here. For more information or to make a donation, visit www.bedracenashville.com.

About the T.J. Martell Foundation:
The T.J. Martell Foundation is a national organization founded by the music industry, whose mission is to fund innovative leukemia, cancer and AIDS research at flagship hospitals in the United States including the Frances Williams Preston Laboratories at the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. To learn more about the T.J. Martell Foundation please visit www.tjmartell.org.

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MEDIA CONTACTS:
Elyse Wiser
Wortman Works Media & Marketing
ewiser@wortmanworks.com

Zach Farnum
Webster PR
zach@websterpr.com

Blaire Buergler
T.J. Martell Foundation
bbuergler@tjmartell.org