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2014 Tennessee AP Broadcasters Awards Banquet

The 2014 Tennessee AP Broadcaster and Newspaper Awards Banquet is designed to recognize Tennessee AP members and staffers for outstanding performance in broadcast and print journalism.

 

For a listing of finalists, please click here.

 

The banquet will be held at the Sheraton Downtown Nashville hotel at 623 Union Street, Nashville, TN, on Saturday, March 22.  The evening will begin with registration and reception at 5:30 pm CT.

 

To make hotel reservations, please call the hotel directly at 800-325-3535.  Please tell the reservationist that you are with the Associated Press awards banquet so you will get the discounted rate of $159. 

 

The deadline to register for the awards banquet is Monday, March 17. 

 

For a list of finalists, please click here.

 

Registration form.

 

The cost of the professional banquet if paying by cash or check is $55 per person or $400 per table of 8.   Please mail a copy of your registration form and check to Dee Vassar.  Please make the check out to Tennessee AP Broadcast Banquet and mail to:

 

2014 TAPB Broadcast Banquet

Attn:  Dee Vassar

1207 18th Avenue S.

Nashville, TN 37212

 

The cost of the professional banquet if paying by PayPal is $57 per person or $412 per table of 8. Please click on the appropriate PayPal icon below.  Please email a copy of your PayPal receipt to Dee Vassar, along with the copy of your registration form, to dvassar@ap.org

 

Professional Banquet per person = $57

 

 

Professional Banquet per table = $412

 

 

 

For questions, please contact Dee Vassar at 615-373-9988 office, 615-925-3725 direct line or email dvassar@ap.org

 

 

 

 

 


   
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