EVAmore Receives 2015 Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in Nashville - Co-founders Thrilled to Win Distinguished NEXT Award

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Music tech startup EVAmore co-founders Channing Moreland and Makenzie Stokel thrilled to received 2015 Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award from The Nashville Chamber of Commerce and the Entrepreneur Center at their NEXT Awards ceremony Thursday evening in Nashville. EVAmore wins prestigious award as their new music tech platform goes live.

Nashville entrepreneur music tech company EVAmore co-founders Channing Moreland & Makenzie Stokel are the proud recipients of the 2015 NEXT Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Entrepreneur Center.

“What a thrill it is to win this incredible award from the Entrepreneur Center and the Nashville Chamber of Commerce,” says Channing Moreland, CEO / Co Founder EVAmore. “It has been an amazing year for EVAmore.co and the support we have received from the Nashville community has been overwhelming. We are blessed.”

“Being honored with ‘Young Entrepreneur of the Year’ plus launching our digital platform live right on the heels is amazing,” adds Makenzie Stokel, COO / Co Founder EVAmore. “This has definitely been an incredible week for EVAmore.co.”

EVAmore.co is an online platform giving event creators easy access to the entertainment talent they want to book. The unique platform is drawing comparisons in the music and entertainment industry to the innovations presented by early platforms created for the travel industry in booking. Event planners have access to sourcing top tier live music talent and other key resources for their events all in one place. EVAmore has strategic partnerships with CAA and they have officially partnered with RCA, PUSH Music Management, Triple 8 Management, Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, 615 Music, Sony Music and BMI.

EVAmore was part of the inaugural class of the Project Music international accelerator program. The innovative new digital platform focuses on the college market to make booking live music for events easy by clicking on their website at EVAmore.co. The music tech first gained notoriety as one of only eight music startup tech companies (and the only female led) selected to participate in Music City’s first ever elite 14-week entrepreneur music tech accelerator program sponsored by the Country Music Association (CMA) and mentored by Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Vector Management, Ryman Hospitality Properties, Universal Music Group, Spalding Entertainment, DevDigital, Red Light Management and Galante Entertainment.

Besides being entrepreneurs, EVAmore co-founders Channing Moreland and Makenzie Stokel are full-time Belmont college students.

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