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2005 Country Music Association Awards to Be Held in New York City
 
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Country Music Association (CMA) Board of Directors President and half of multi-platinum duo Brooks & Dunn, Kix Brooks, and NYC Big Events President Maureen J. Reidy today announced that the 2005 CMA Awards will be broadcast live from New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, November 15, 2005.  This marks the first time ever that the gala event will be held outside Nashville, and first brand-new event that NYC Big Events has brought to the Big Apple through a concerted effort to market the City’s unique assets to a new target audience.   

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Country Music Association (CMA) Board of Directors President and half of multi-platinum duo Brooks & Dunn, Kix Brooks, and NYC Big Events President Maureen J. Reidy today announced that the 2005 CMA Awards will be broadcast live from New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, November 15, 2005.  This marks the first time ever that the gala event will be held outside Nashville, and first brand-new event that NYC Big Events has brought to the Big Apple through a concerted effort to market the City’s unique assets to a new target audience.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Country Music Association (CMA) Board of Directors President and half of multi-platinum duo Brooks & Dunn, Kix Brooks, and NYC Big Events President Maureen J. Reidy today announced that the 2005 CMA Awards will be broadcast live from New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, November 15, 2005.  This marks the first time ever that the gala event will be held outside Nashville, and first brand-new event that NYC Big Events has brought to the Big Apple through a concerted effort to market the City’s unique assets to a new target audience.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Country Music Association (CMA) Board of Directors President and half of multi-platinum duo Brooks & Dunn, Kix Brooks, and NYC Big Events President Maureen J. Reidy today announced that the 2005 CMA Awards will be broadcast live from New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, November 15, 2005.  This marks the first time ever that the gala event will be held outside Nashville, and first brand-new event that NYC Big Events has brought to the Big Apple through a concerted effort to market the City’s unique assets to a new target audience.
 

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