Nashville Good to Go: The Nashville Convention Center announces that Music City is ready to reopen with new hospitality safety program
As Music City responsibly reopens, the Good to Go hospitality safety program can help you easily identify Nashville businesses that pledge to uphold coronavirus guidelines established by public health and other leading experts. Learn more about the program at goodtogonashville.com.
Look for the green music note at Good to Go businesses when you’re in town!
When you see the green music note or Good to Go logo with a business on this website, you can trust that they are certified Good to Go. Look for the decals near the entrances of participating businesses. They’re Good to Go, so please feel comfortable to step inside.
Back in April, Gov. Lee issued the first steps from the “Tennessee Pledge,” the state’s guidelines for Tennessee businesses to reopen in 89 of the state’s 95 counties with recommendations on how to keep employees and customers safe during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The first industries to receive guidance through the plan included the restaurant and retail industries.
Nashville also unveiled their Phase One for going back to work around the same time. Since then Nashville has worked hard to reopen local businesses safely for both tourists and residents alike. Nashville is committed to your health and safety!
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Some recent and upcoming Good to Go reopenings include: Johnny Cash Museum, the Hermitage, Nashville Shores, SoundWaves at Gaylord Opryland (6/25), daytime tours at Ryman Auditorium and Grand Ole Opry House (6/23), Frist Art Museum (7/1), and more.
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Help for Nashville Businesses
MAIN STREET LENDING PROGRAM
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many businesses’ ability to access credit or obtain financing. If you are a Nashville business trying to reopen, the Main Street Lending Program will support businesses that were in sound financial condition before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic by providing them with credit. Please note these loans must be paid back.
- To learn more about the Main Street Lending Program, click here.
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