NFL Draft 2019 | Nashville Vendor Search: Diversity and Inclusion

ANNOUNCEMENT: Nashville Business Owners: Woman Owned, LGBT Owned, Minority Owned or Veteran Owned…here’s an opportunity to become a Vendor for NFL Draft 2019



2 thoughts on “NFL Draft 2019 | Nashville Vendor Search: Diversity and Inclusion

  1. Greetings, it seems as though we fit the criteria of being a minority, woman owned, small business and my husband who works with me is a Veteran, we would love to take part in this opportunity. “Evans’ Family Kitchen & Catering Service” has served the city of Nashville and surrounding counties for the last 10 years with our southern homestyle cooking and hospitality. We are interested in being one of the vendors during the 3 day NFL draft.

    Please visit our website: to view our menu options and allow us to introduce, and share with you a brief history of our business.

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    Sabrina Evans

  2. I have a certified Woman owned business. The name of the business is Leslie’s and we have been regular vendors at Belmont University for the past seven years and have worked major concerts atathe Fontanell. We sell cotton Candy, original popcorn, kettle corn, nachos, Bavarian nuts, lemonade, bottled drinks and nachos. Leslie’s is considered a mobile vending unit, but we are not a food truck. We use a professional awning for outdoor events. I do most of my work in Nashville, but I use my home address as our location which is in Joelton, Cheatham County. That may exclude me from being a vendor, but I hope will consider our track record and will use us for the event.

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