USA Today: "Nashville gives music merchandising company big boost"

Anyone that knows Manhead knows how serious we are about supporting Nashville's artists and arts culture … namely the incredible live music scene. USA Today recently noticed, and took the time to speak with yours truly. Here's a little snippet:

Behind the Willie Nelson, Band of Horses and many other T-shirts for sale at the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival was a New York City-based company with growing Nashville roots.
Manhead Merch landed a deal to be the official merchandise company for the first Franklin music festival, which drew more than 20,000 people during the two-day event in September.
For Manhead Pilgrimage was a big score.
“That was a pretty big deal for us. It did very well,” said Chris Cornell, Manhead Merch CEO.
In fact it did so well that sales exceeded expectations and Manhead Merch had to print extra merchandise after the first day of the festival.
Landing Pilgrimage is just one example of how Manhead Merch’s new Nashville office is helping the 8-year-old company grow and acquire new clients.

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