Country Music Hall Of Fame Expansion To Create 200 Jobs
September 3, 2013 at 9:12 AM (PT)
The funding to expand NASHVILLE’s COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM (CMHOF) has reached $78 million, just $20 million short of its goal. This will fund plans to expand the museum from 140,000 square feet to more than 350,000 square feet, and include the TAYLOR SWIFT EDUCATION CENTER (which includes classroom spaces, a learning lab and an exhibit gallery), the ACM GALLERY, additional archival storage spaces, an 800-seat CMA THEATER, an expanded retail site, HATCH SHOW PRINT’s new home, an event hall, and more. The expansion is estimated to be completed next MARCH.
In preparation of the upcoming additions, CMHOF and HATCH SHOW PRINT will host a job fair TOMORROW (9/4) from 10a until 2p (CT).
The event will take place in the museum’s CURB CONSERVATORY, and will have openings for more than 200 positions, including jobs in guest relations, ticketing, retail, special events, catering, food services, operations and more.