Nashville, TN – West Tennessee Construction recently participated in one of the many networking events provided by the Greater Nashville Apartment Association.
West Tennessee Construction joined the GNAA previously this summer and has grown throughout the community as a result. The recent event, held at the Opryland Events Center, featured dozens of vendors and hundreds of employees from local apartments across middle Tennessee.
“Overall it was a great event, we can’t thank the GNAA enough for putting this on.” National Account Manager, Chris Haynes said. “We got a chance to speak with countless businesses, it really was a rewarding night.”
The theme of the trade show was “United We Stand,” as businesses, patrons, and employees could use social media to share pictures and post updates throughout the night using the hashtag #gnaatradeshow.
Each featured business provided a booth with information and fun facts about their company. West Tennessee Construction saw a great amount of visitors throughout the night, as participants could enter a drawing to win gift cards by guessing the weight of a piece of asphalt.
“It was a great success, we had a lot of folks come by and guess the weight of the asphalt.” Owner and CEO of WTNCS, Joel Haynes said. “It only weighed 11 pounds, we had a great time speaking with everyone and hearing the different guesses.”
Overall, the trade show featured hundreds of local patrons throughout the Nashville community and West Tennessee Construction enjoyed speaking with all of them about their asphalt, concrete, and paving needs.
“It’s still not too late in the season to have your asphalt or concrete taken care of.” Chris Haynes said. “This event was a lot of fun, we couldn’t believe all of the guesses we had for the piece of asphalt we brought. Congratulations to our winners in the drawing, we had such a great time discussing everyone’s paving needs – if anyone has any questions or needs an estimate there is still time in the season to contact us and get a quote!”
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