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LEGACY welcomes Kelley Cash as Client Relations & Events Coordinator

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Effective September 21, 2015, Kelley Cash is no longer employed by LEGACY.

Kelley Cash has joined LEGACY Consulting, PR & Events as Client Relations and Events Coordinator.  She is responsible for handling day-to-day relations for the firm's roster of clients and assisting with events.  

Cash, a native of Hudson, Ohio, moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University on a softball scholarship.  In 2011, she graduated with a degree in Business Management and will complete her Master’s degree in Sports Administration at Belmont this May.A sports enthusiast, she’s excited to use her passion for athletics in her new role.Cash was an inaugural member of LEGACY Young Leaders, a volunteer group of young Nashville professionals who participate in philanthropic and community-driven events on behalf of the firm.  

Her previous experience includes Showtime Sports Academy in Cool Springs, serving as an office coordinator and softball instructor and Vanderbilt University’s ticket office assist…

Belmont Athletes Impress for Charitable Cause

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by Kristen-Leigh Sheft

The Student Athlete Advisory Committee at Belmont University hosted its second annual Battle of the Bruins Talent Show on Tuesday, January 29th at the Curb Event Center in Nashville. Over 13 varsity athletics teams came together to perform songs and skits for over 700 students and community members in an effort to raise money for the city's local Special Olympics chapter. LEGACY Consulting, PR and Events helped secure celebrity judges for the event, including four-time Pro Bowl selection and retired Tennessee Titans safety, Blaine Bishop, and Disney's former singing, acting, and dancing talent, Tay Barton. Other judges included news anchor Harry Chapman and a Special Olympian.

Bishop, who currently serves as a co-host of 3HL on 104.5 The Zone, called the event one of the most memorable things he has ever experienced.

The acts, judged on creativity, energy, and crowd involvement, performed a variety of medleys, from boy band hits to Beyonce's greatest…

YWCA's Wine Women and Shoes event begins a LEGACY in Nashville

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by Kristen-Leigh Sheft On Saturday, January 26, an estimated 300 women treated themselves to a day of fabulous fashion, wine, and shopping at the YWCA’s inaugural Wine Women and Shoes event at Grand Avenue in Nashville. During the afternoon soiree guests sipped on their favorite world class wines from Napa Valley, indulged in delightful hors d’oeuvres and sweet treats from Gigi’s cupcakes while browsing the latest spring collections from local vendors and boutiques. LEGACY Consulting, PR & Events served as a proud media/communications sponsor for the event and owner, Tresa Halbrooks, joined other YWCA supporters as models on the catwalk.Halbrooks modeled the latest looks in women’s fashion by one of the fashion sponsors, Gus Myer.
In addition, many of us were flattered by one of the dreamy “Sole Men” who paraded beautiful jewelry and shoes around to ladies on a silver platter – a unique touch to the event.
While the event itself was an extravagant affair, complete with a red carpet …