Bluegrass Today is pleased to announce the launch of a new component of our site, a Bluegrass Business Directory. It functions much like our Events Directory, only the listings are not date sensitive, and they remain on the site indefinitely.
Here we invite everyone to create a free listing for any activity you perform within the bluegrass world. If you wear multiple hats in the business, you are welcome to create several directory listings.
Your listing will include your or your business name, physical location (with Google map), phone number, email, web, Twitter and Facebook URL, such images as you may choose, and whatever text description you like. You can also choose in which category your business should be listed.
When a finished listing is displayed, there are multiple share buttons to make it easy for site visitors to pass your listing along to social media. Visitors can also share their experiences with you via reviews within your listing.
This is designed for
- radio hosts or programmers
- festival and event producers
- agents and managers
- instrument builders and repairmen
- business services
- music teachers
- individual musicians
- recording engineers
- record labels
- and more!
If you are more fan than bluegrass businessperson, you are also welcome to include a business or service you provide outside the music world, by using the Miscellaneous category.
There is no charge to create a listing, but you must be a registered user at Bluegrass Today, which is free as well. If you are not yet registered, that is a quick and simple process. We require registration to help prevent spam, and to allow you to return and edit your listings at any time.
Come on in and be part of what we are certain will be the only comprehensive business directory in the bluegrass world.
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John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.
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