CMA SVP Bobette Dudley Resigns After 25 Years
December 27, 2011 at 7:01 AM (PT)
COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION (CMA) Sr. VP BOBETTE DUDLEY, a 25-year veteran at the organization, has resigned. Among her accompishments during her tenure was overseeing the move of CMA's 'FAN FAIR,' now the CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL, from the TENNESSEE STATE FAIRGROUNDS, to downtown NASHVILLE.
"We thank BOBETTE for her many contributions to CMA over the years and we wish her the very best in her future endeavors," said CMA CEO STEVE MOORE.
"In my years at CMA I have had the privilege of working with many of the greats in the Country music industry," said DUDLEY. "CMA provided me with wonderful challenges and opportunities including working on the transformation of FAN FAIR to CMA MUSIC FEST, with music and events all over downtown NASHVILLE; taking the CMA Awards to MADISON SQUARE GARDEN in NEW YORK CITY, and creating CMA events in WASHINGTON, D.C. at the VICE PRESIDENT's RESIDENCE, well as at THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS.
"I am truly grateful for the years and experiences at CMA as well as the pleasure of working with many fine individuals within CMA and the broader world-wide music and entertainment industry. I look forward to the pursuit of some exciting and new challenging opportunities."
Contact DUDLEY at Bobettedudley@gmail.com.