Independent CD and DVD manufacturer Disc Makers announces the opening of its newest local storefront in Nashville, Tenn. The new store offers a location where local musicians and filmmakers can place their CD or DVD orders face-to-face with a product specialist, collect product samples, discuss a project, or seek advice about all facets of the manufacturing process.
Nashville topped Disc Makers’ list for a new location because of the city’s deep music roots and vibrant local music scene. The Music City has also been a regular host of Disc Makers’ Independent Music World Series (IMWS). The IMWS Southeast showcase returns to Nashville this year on September 20, 2007 at 3rd & Lindsley.
The Disc Makers Nashville storefront is located one block off Music Row at 1110 17th Ave. S., Unit #3.
“We work with thousands of musicians and filmmakers every year,” explains Rich Furtner, sales supervisor, Disc Makers Nashville. “The opening of the Nashville location will allow us to meet and work with our Nashville and surrounding clientele in person. It makes perfect sense for us to be here in the heart of the music capital.”
“We’ve had such a great response from our customers at our other regional stores that we felt it was time to expand,” adds Tony van Veen, president of Disc Makers. “Nashville was our first choice. The city and its artists have always supported Disc Makers and have been great hosts for our IMWS showcases. We expect Disc Makers Nashville to be an instant hit.”
Disc Makers currently has storefronts in eight locations: New York City; Los Angeles; Berkeley, Calif.; Chicago; Seattle; Atlanta; Nashville, Tenn.; and Puerto Rico. Its company headquarters and manufacturing plant is located in Pennsauken, N.J.