Martha Moore is the owner of her own PR firm, So Much MOORE Media, for the past 28 years, and a proud Lifetime Country Music Association (CMA) member.
On being inducted into the Source Hall of Fame, Moore remarked, “Source is such a wonderful organization. I have been a member for nearly 20 years and to be inducted this year means so much. All of the inductees are champions in my book within their areas of the music business. It is a true honor!”
For aspiring women who wish to pursue a career in public relations, she said, “Public relations is both a demanding and rewarding career choice. Put your heart and soul into it.”
Source Hall of Fame is presented by Springer Mountain Farms, and this year marks the 15th anniversary of the Source Hall of Fame awards, which will take place on August 22, 2017, at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville Tennessee. These awards will honor and induct a select group of women into the coveted Source Awards Hall of Fame.
Joining Martha Moore will be Amy Kurland of Bluebird Café, Bonnie Sugarman of the Agency of Performing Arts (APA), Joyce Rice from First American National Bank and BMI, Judith Newby from Top Billing and J.P. Newby Management, Susan Turner from Capitol Records and RCA Records, and Lula Naff, who will be inducted posthumously. Naff is known for her booking and theater management work at the iconic Ryman Auditorium.
To learn more about the Source Awards, visit their official website.
For more information on Martha Moore and So Much MOORE Media, check out its official website.