Award Presented During Annual NACMAI Hall of Fame Inductions
Jennifer Herron was honored with the crystal award for PR Agent of the Year last weekend in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee during the annual NACMAI Hall of Fame Inductions ceremony. It was a proud evening as client Rex Allen Jr. was inducted in this year’s class of legendary stars.
“I can never thank enough all of the stars who have trusted me and all of the media folks who helped me over the past year. This was an amazing surprise,” shared Herron during the weekend gathering of artists and fans from across the United States and Canada.
The annual ceremony was streamed by Scott Wikle who received Radio Station of the Year honors for his show My Kind of Country. And for visitors to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, an exhibit at the Country Tonite Theatre expanded with the addition of memorabilia from this year’s North American Country Music Association International Hall of Fame inductees.
About Jennifer Herron: Jennifer Herron is an award-winning radio and television host and public relations professional. With three Emmy wins as part of the WSMV Morning Show team, this year she was named PR Agent of the Year by the North American Country Music Association. Jennifer is also thrilled be the first woman DJ inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame this fall. In addition to these accolades, Jennifer is currently the publicists for such notable performers as Ronnie McDowell, Rich Price, Bobby Marquez, Scott Southworth and Cerrito. She produces the legendary Crook and Chase Countdown national radio show. Jennifer may be best known, though, as the weekly announcer for country music’s second longest running radio show, The Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree on the world famous, WSM radio station. Jennifer Herron is also seen in millions of homes co-hosting music television shows, Cheyenne Country and Studio 23 Nashville
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