Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Gospel Music Association announces online auction of items signed by Amy Grant, Dolly Parton, more

This is a story I continue to follow with interest. The economy has wreaked havoc upon many businesses, but it seems the Gospel Music Association has been hit especially hard. Here is more news about GMA's efforts to stay afloat.

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Gospel Music Association Remains Open

Recently, rumors circulated that the Nashville-based Gospel Music Association (GMA) was closing its doors after its recent Concert of the Decade to save the GMA. (see Gospel Music Association headed for insolvency?). The rumors have been debunked by the GMA which continues to reorganize and to search for creative ways to remain solvent, serving the gospel music community with activities like the Dove Awards and educational/training programs. Now GMA is hosting an online auction.

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