HamQuest 2021 Vendor Updates

This year we are excited to welcome two NEW commercial vendors to HamQuest and the addition of another building for some of our commercial Vendors.

 KM4MPF Sales will join HamQuest 2021 this year and will be inside the Cox Cabin across from the Main Pavilion.  Many may remember Jim amd his crew from our fall tailgate this past November when he joined us and brought all the shiny new gizmos from West Mountain Radio, Comet, CCrane, Bioenno Power, and several others.  They are also an Icom Authorized dealer and will be able to get you that new Icom radio you’ve been eyeing but putting off buying.

TN07 Engineering will move into the Bernard School Exhibits Building (Schoolhouse).

Debco Electronics from Cincinnati, OH will once again be next to the stage in the Main Pavilion

Gold Medal Ideas Ham Store from Buffalo Grove, IL will join TN07 Engineering in the Schoolhouse bringing our first ever  embroidery, decorated apparel, and promotional item selections to HamQuest 2021.

We are also excited to announce that a local eatery will be providing our concessions this year.  HamQuest 2021 welcomes the City Limits Cafe’s new food truck (trailer) as our food vendor.  They will be located in the same location as the last food vendor beside the main pavilion (behind the Lion’s Club building and across from the restrooms.)  City Limits brings al the foods you’ve come to expect at HamQuest.

New this year we will also have signs placed around the HamQuest to help point you to where all the great Ham Radio gear both new and used, Food, and Restrooms can all be found.  We will also have a reserved parking area for our disabled friends with a state issued disabled parking permit that will bring them in right next to the heart of the HamQuest action.

The tailgate area will be located behind the Schoolhouse this year allowing for easier access to all tailgaters from a paved surface.

About @MidTnHamQuest

The Greater Nashville & Middle TN HamQuest is a new project dedicated to combining traditional Hamfest elements with less traditional offerings that will help to unite the Ham community. The Quest is sponsored by the Wilson Amateur Radio Club, with assistance from the Wilson Radio League. We believe that the HamQuest is filling a void in Middle Tennessee and it’s surrounding areas. The HamQuest is held at the Wilson County Fairgrounds in Lebanon, TN, home to the state’s largest county fair. Lebanon is just a short drive from Nashville with the feel of rural Tennessee. We have excellent access to I-40 and are convenient to a large geographical area. There are many different camping sites and hotels within a short drive from the HamQuest. The HamQuest provides a wonderful venue, low admission cost, hourly door prizes and technical presentations.
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