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Nashville Communications Announces New Sponsorship of the Iroquois Steeplechase

NashComm and Iroquois Steeplechase logos on photo of jumping horses.

Steeplechase sponsor Nashville Communications provides two-way communications to aid in coordination and event management

Lane Marrow, President and CEO, NashCommIroquois Steeplechase is one of Nashville’s premier events, filled with tradition, entertainment and masterful athleticism. NashComm, Motorola Service Elite Specialist, will be delivering two-way communications to aid event staff in coordination and “behind the scenes” management of this time-honored event. The annual festivities are expected toattract thousands of spectators across Percy Warner Park and the Steeplechase grounds. 

“We understand the safety and security of the spectators, event staff, and especially the horses and trainers are of the utmost priority. Providing two-way communication helps keep the entire security staff and event coordinators connected,” says Lance Marrow, NashComm President & CEO. “It’s our distinct pleasure to support theIroquois Steeplechase team in their mission to help preserve Nashville’s grand tradition. We’re especially thrilled our collaboration will ultimately benefit localcharities.” 

Highly skilled Nashcomm technicians will be on-site to ensure effective event-staff communication with the best-in-class equipment.

About Nashville Communications (Nashcomm)

NashComm specializes in Motorola portable and mobile two-way radio products and systems. As a Motorola Service Elite Specialist, NashComm offers best in class installation, preventative maintenance, and repair services to their customers. NashComm has served Middle Tennessee’s wireless community since 1983, and has three locations; the corporate office is located on Plus Park Boulevard, Nashville, and the other two are inMurfreesboro and Cookeville.

About Iroquois Steeplechase

The Iroquois Steeplechase is an iconic sporting event that has been Nashville’s rite of spring since 1941. Normally, held the second Saturday of each May at Percy Warner Park, but moved to June 26 in 2021, the annual event attracts more than 25,000 spectators and is Music City’s celebration of time-honored traditions, Tennessee hospitality and southern fashions. The event also supports several philanthropic causes and has donated more than $10 million to the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt since 1981.

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