• The Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce is the premier advocate of the Greater Nashville Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender business community, representing over 400+ businesses, community groups, and individuals in Nashville and the surrounding area.

  • Mask Campaigns Mask Campaigns

    We are stronger together! Check out these campaigns and wear your mask in public.

        

    Alongside partners from across the community, NashvilleHealth announced the launch of #MaskForNash or #ÚselaPorNash – a community-wide effort to encourage citizens to care for our hometown by wearing a mask or cloth face covering when in public. 

    Full Press Release

    Free Logos for website, social media, email signatures, etc.

     

    Do you miss live music as much as we do? Help us play concerts again as soon as possible
    by wearing your mask and following CDC guidelines! #MaskNowPartyLater
     

    masknowpartylater.com

  • Cocktails for a Cause Cocktails for a Cause

     
    You can help support the Nashville LGBT Chamber with B&B Beverage Management's Cocktails for a Cause! We will receive a portion of proceeds from each cocktail kit sold in August to continue our work. Don't miss a live demonstration at August PM Brewing Up Business on Thursday, August 20th!
     
  • Diskin Daydream is Back! Diskin Daydream is Back!

                  

    Daydream is back at Diskin Cider! This prickly pear rosé cider is perfect for celebrating Summer! A portion of the proceeds earned from Daydream sales will go to the Nashville LGBT Chamber Foundation to support our efforts to educate, inspire, and empower LGBT business professionals and entrepreneurs through educational opportunities and scholarships. You can order for free Davidson county delivery, grab a six-pack curbside, join Diskin for a pint, or stop by any of the locations below!

    Diskin Daydream Map

  • Good To Go Program Good To Go Program

    The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp (NCVC), Vanderbilt Health and Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. (NYSE: RHP) announced the launch of a free program supporting Nashville-area businesses with extra resources and access to public health experts as the city begins to reopen. The Good to Go program will ensure a safer city for residents and visitors as Nashville businesses pledge to implement health standards in a way that is consistent across Music City.

    Learn more about the Good To Go Program

  • Support Members as they Reopen Support Members as they Reopen

      

    As Nashville continues to slowly and safely reopen, we want to highlight our members who are doing business. Support Nashville LGBT Chamber members!

    Check out our growing list of reopening members!

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