RPMDA to Co-Locate with Summer NAMM

Our industry is excited to reconnect, and Summer NAMM is happy to provide a series of activities creating a market week designed to help attendees accomplish multiple goals in one location, save time, resources and begin to power our recovery.

RPMDA (Retail Print Music Dealers Association) is pleased to announce its return to Nashville, alongside Summer NAMM, hosting their reception on July 14, from 3–5 pm in Nashville’s Music City Center. “This is our opportunity to host a reception and social gathering,” said RPMDA president David Jahnke. “The type of social gathering will be dictated by local laws.”

The Retail Print Music Dealers Association is a professional trade organization founded over 40 years ago to address the special needs and interests of the dynamic print music industry.  RPMDA is an exciting forum for exchanging ideas and building bridges within the print music industry. It provides the opportunity for dealers and publishers to meet in a non-commercial setting to discuss the present and plan for the future.  RPMDA is the unified voice of the print music industry. Our members are active in local, state and national organizations, constantly taking in the market’s pulse. Our collective voice is heard on such issues as copyright protection, barcoding, the Internet, digital media and arts advocacy.

“COVID has given us an opportunity to show the value of music,” Scott Lang of Scott Lang Leadership, RPMDA's keynote speaker at their virtual meeting said. “It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to grow the market. You can't have low risk and high reward.”

The opportunity to book hotels and register for Summer NAMM is now open.