Foreign Ambassadors Visit Belmont as Part of ‘Experience America‘ Tour
Oct. 29-31, 22 foreign ambassadors representing countries spanning six continents were welcomed to Nashville on a tour sponsored by the State Department. The goals of their trip to Music City included seeking to build new economic partnerships and learning about the unique culture of Nashville and the many benefits of doing business here, in one of the fastest-growing economies in the United States.
As part of an event organized by the Nashville Chamber of Commerce, the Nashville Health Care Council and Belmont, the group of dignitaries paid a visit to Belmont University to engage with prominent business and community leaders as well as local entrepreneurs.
Other stops on the ambassadors tour included the Grand Ole Opry, the Hermitage, the Governor’s Mansion, the set of ABC television show “Nashville,” the Country Music Hall of Fame, Vanderbilt University and the Nissan Manufacturing Plant.