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In an effort to make the 2003 NAMM Show experience more convenient and enjoyable for participants, NAMM today announced the availability of a new shuttle bus system with special discounted rates for NAMM Members.

NAMM Members attending the 2003 NAMM Show will save money on hotel rooms thanks to new contracts announced by the International Music Products Association and several Anaheim hotels today.

On behalf of her son, recording artist Justin Timberlake, and parents across America, Lynn Harless of Tennessee visited Capitol Hill today to deliver a petition in support of music education.

NAMM, the International Music Products Association, recently received a $100,000 Educational Improvement grant from the U.S. Department of Education to support its “MusicVentures in School” program, a project that aims to provide music-making opportunities in north San Diego County public school districts where access to arts and music education is limited.

NAMM, the International Music Products Association, recently announced that Patricia Lynch Martin joined the organization as its new director of events.

NAMM’s Oral History program added the 100th interview to its archives at the recent 2002 NAMM Summer Session, a milestone that took place on July 19 with the interview of Seymour Duncan, a master of guitar and bass pickup design. “It is an honor for me to be included in such an important project,” Duncan said.

The Museum of Making Music recently welcomed a new drum set to its galleries, one of many contributions made by Drum Workshop, Inc. in honor of the museum’s inaugural annual series, Drum Roll…Please: A Hands-On History of the Drum.

NAMM University, the association’s center of higher learning for MI professionals, recently announced that more than 50,000 people have attended its live business courses and seminars. Launched in August of 1995, NAMM U provides training and professional development to music product retailers and manufacturers around the world. The curriculum is tailored to the industry, allowing students to proactively update their skill sets and remain competitive in today’s aggressive marketplace.

What do you get when you combine cute kids, furry Sesame Street Muppets and a variety of musical instruments? Lots of awards! That has certainly been the case with the NAMM-sponsored Music Works Wonders video.

There are only days remaining for people to add their names to Justin Timberlake’s Congressional petition in support of music education. Thousands of people across the country have already gone online to join the cause at the urging of the popular recording artist, and the petition will close on Labor Day.

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