Add the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame to the list of Murfreesboro events postponed due to COVID-19.
The group's board of directors have decided to postpone, not cancel, this year's induction ceremony slated for August 8th at Embassy Suites.
President Pamela Furr said they've been closely monitoring the number of coronavirus cases across the state and "numbers are on the rise again and this is extremely concerning for all of us." She mentioned they've been in contact with the Rutherford County Health Department, state Department of Health and other experts. "As much as we hate this, the TNRHoF Board of Directors has decided it is in the best interest of everyone to postpone our 9th Annual Induction Ceremony on Saturday, August 8th," Furr said.
Board member Chip Chapman, who produces the induction ceremony stated "The health and well-being of our inductees, their families and our membership is our primary concern. As disappointing as it is, please keep in mind this is only a postponement, NOT a cancellation. We will announce a date, hopefully in the near future, when we can gather together to properly celebrate and honor our 2020 class of inductees into the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame."