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New Caroline County business brings elite events to Meadow Event Park
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Joseph James, James Management Group, 804-814-7111, email@example.com or www.jmg.us.com
New Caroline County business brings elite events to Central Virginia.
Doswell, VA – James Management Group, LLC (JMG) announced that tickets can be purchased for the event management company’s first concert of 2011, the “Feels Like Sunday Morning Gospel Show”. The concert will be held on Saturday, April 2, 2011 in the Farm Bureau Center at The Meadow Event Park in
Doswell, VA, 1 mile east of Kings Dominion.
James Management Group is a local event management company formed in 2010 by Joseph James. The team at James Management Group strives to create, plan, and execute top-notch events, concerts, and meetings.
James Management Group’s intent is to introduce patrons to classy, joyous experiences outside the realms of Virginia’s cities. Most of JMG’s events are held at the State Fair of Virginia location, Meadow Event Park. The Meadow Event Park can and has drawn thousands to its gates and James Management Group desires to bring thousands more to
The “Feels Like Sunday Morning Gospel Show” will be held in the Farm Bureau Center at Meadow Event Park and will feature television host and renowned harpist, Jeff Majors; speaker, songwriter and recording artist, Negleatha Johnson; and BET’s Sunday Best season 2 winner, Y’Anna Crawley.
Tickets may be purchased at sundaymorning.eventbrite.com.
During 2011, James Management Group will be bringing other events to The Meadow Event Park including Country, Doo Wop and Jazz Concerts. They also will host an annual fundraiser supporting a charitable organization.
Information about JMG’s 2011 events can be found on the company website: jmg.us.com.