Topgolf 2020 – Presented by the Gospel Music Association

Nashville, TN (Jan. 16, 2020) – The Gospel Music Association has announced plans to launch an industry-wide networking event, GMA Topgolf 2020, aimed at fostering community for artists and industry professionals. Attendees will be able to mingle with fellow GMA supporters, sample the Topgolf menu of delicious food and drinks and participate in a variety of fun golf games. The April event will also help raise money for the GMA’s educational programs.

“As a long time member of this community, I’ve always valued the incredible relationships I’ve made through the GMA,” says GMA Board Member and Chairman of Topgolf 2020, Roy Morgan. “Now that I’m serving as a Board Member, I’m thrilled to be a part of creating opportunities for others to build their own community.”

“I am so grateful to Roy and the rest of our Board for spearheading this event,” says GMA President Jackie Patillo. “I’m proud that the GMA is able to facilitate these types of relationship building events for our industry.”

Event Details:
Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
10:00am to 1:00pm
500 Cowan St.
Nashville, TN 37027

Companies or groups may sponsor individual bays for $1250. Each bay holds up to 6 people and includes catering and all golfing equipment. To sponsor a bay, sign up at Associate sponsorships are available. Please email for more details.

CLICK HERE for additional details on this event.

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