ole Presents Check to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Foundation
April 5 2013
Board members from the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Foundation (NaSHOF) were recently gifted with a $50,000 contribution from ole to benefit the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame exhibit. It has been 40 years in the making but the Songwriters Hall of Fame will finally have a physical home in the new Music City Center. Both open their respective doors in mid May of this year. Said Hall of Fame Foundation chair Pat Alger, "ole Music Publishing, the Majorly Indie, came through in a major way for the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame capital campaign with a $50,000 contribution. Robert Ott, Lou Ragagnin and Gilles Godard believe that being a part of the Nashville community means supporting worthy ideas that celebrate the unique contributions of our artists and songwriters. We are proud to have them as the only independent publisher on our wall of benefactors."
Pictured (l-r) are: NaSHOF treasurer Mike Dye; ole CEO Robert Ott, NaSHOF vice chair Ken Paulson, Alger, ole COO Lou Ragagnin and ole CCO Gilles Godard.
Photo Credit: Steve Lowry