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Nashville EAA/IMC Club Continues to Break Attendance Records
March 2017 - The Nashville, Tennessee, Chapter 162 EAA/IMC Club continues to break attendance records month after month. Seventy-four pilots attended its February 28 meeting, including 17 first-time attendees.
“It was a little crowded, but everyone seems to enjoy our meeting,” said Joe Creecy, EAA/IMC Club program coordinator at Chapter 162. “Everyone from instrument student pilots to active Southwest and American captains is attending our club discussions. And it’s a great opportunity for us all to learn from each other! I am very pleased with the continued support from the Nashville-area pilots, and encouraged by the active participation in our Nashville EAA/IMC Club.”
After its most recent record-breaking meeting, Nashville EAA/IMC Club decided to move to a larger space for future gatherings. They will be meeting at the Gassaway Building at KBNA. This is a much larger meeting space, with a 100-plus capacity, larger screen, and a PA system. The new facility will allow the Nashville group to continue to grow and accommodate pilots from the area, and even from across the state.he state!