The Country Music Association, along with Nashville's Mayor Megan Barry and the CEO of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, made a joint statement about the tragic shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday (10/1). In addition to expressing heartfelt thoughts and prayers for everyone affect by the tragedy, the statement also spoke about how safety at all of their events remains a top priority. The message says, "We are constantly adjusting their event security measures year-round and partnering and consulting with experts at the federal, state and local levels through our full-time security team and the Metro Police Department." The CMA hosts numerous country music events in Nashville each year, including CMA Music Festival, the CMA Awards and CMA Country Christmas.
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