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Hatch Show Print celebrates new location

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

The famous Hatch Show Print celebrated the grand opening of its new shop at the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum on Saturday.

The new venue features a print production shop, print store, Haley gallery, and design space, all of which will educate visitors about printing.

Hatch Show Print was founded in 1879 by C. R. and H. H. Hatch and it is known for working with Grand Ole Opry stars.

Gaylord Entertainment Co. purchased Hatch Show Print in 1986, and chose to donate the business to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in 1992.

Workers moved the original sign and a 10,000 pound printing press to the building earlier this year.

The grand opening celebration included several free events open to the public featuring Hatch-related programs for all ages.

The event culminated in Hatch Show Print's debut in Nashville's First Saturday Art Crawl.

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