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Get Ready for NLC’s 2015 Congress of Cities Conference in Nashville

July 10, 2015
The National League of Cities (NLC) will be holding its annual Congress of Cities conference in Nashville this November.
The conference is Nov. 4-7 and will bring together city officials from throughout the United States.
This year, Nashville has topped these lists:
  • 10 Best Places to Live Now (Men’s Journal);
  • Where to Go in 2015 (AFAR, Budget Travel);
  • Best Options for Travelers in 2015 (Orbitz);
  • Hottest American Cities for 2015 (Business Insider); and
  • Most Popular Cities for Millennials (Forbes) 
Why is Nashville attracting so many visitors and young professionals right now? Their secret is the way they’ve capitalized on their identity as “Music City.” Nashville has successfully taken its legacy as a global music center, and used it as a foundation for their culture, economy, and social fabric.
What’s special about your city? Like Nashville, your community has a history or identity that you can capitalize on to attract visitors and young professionals. Whether it’s breathtaking scenery, distinctive architecture, your favorite annual tradition, or a thriving Main Street, your city has something unique that makes it internationally-known or your region’s best kept secret.
Come to Nashville this November for the annual Congress of Cities conference, and see for yourself how they embraced their historic identity as a music center to develop a thriving economy that is now attracting tourists and creative professionals alike. Learn about the ways that you can develop your city’s economy by capitalizing on what makes it unique.
Join 2,000 mayors, council members, and city staff members for four days of expert-led workshops, inspiring keynote addresses, and field trips around Nashville. Get to know leaders from across the country in the heart of downtown Music City. Register now!

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