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Metro Departments, Community Partners, Nashville Sounds, and Tennessee Titans Collaborate to Support Breastfeeding


Ribbon Cutting For New Mamava Pods To Be Held On August 29 at First Tennessee Park to Cap Off World Breastfeeding Month

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Nashville Sounds, in conjunction with several Metro Nashville Departments, community partners, and the Tennessee Titans, have collaborated on a Public Investment Plan (PIP) to purchase two mobile lactation units which will be used at Sounds games, Titans games and events, and other Metro events beginning in late August.

The groups will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for the pods prior to the Sounds' game on Tuesday, August 29 at First Tennessee Park. Speakers from the Mayor's Office, Metro Public Health Department, and Metro Sports Authority will participate in the program.

This event is open to the public but they must purchase a Sounds ticket, as the pod is located on concourse of First Tennessee Park.


WHO: Metro Sports Authority, Metro Public Health Department, Nashville Sounds, Tennessee Titans, Baby + Co., Southern Blood Services, Nashville Breastfeeding Coalition

WHAT: Ribbon-cutting for new Mamava pod (mobile lactation unit) at First Tennessee Park; this project was one of the funded Metro Public Investment Plans (PIPs) for FY2018. Another pod is joining later this year at Nissan Stadium; during sports off-seasons, pods will travel to some community events. 

WHEN: Tuesday, August 29, 2017

6:15pm - Open House / Media Interviews

6:30pm - Ceremony Begins

7:00pm - Ceremonial First Pitch

WHERE: First Tennessee Park, 19 Junior Gilliam Way, Nashville, TN 37219

WHY: The purpose of this Public Investment Plan is to provide a supportive environment for breastfeeding women visiting Nissan Stadium, First Tennessee Park, and Metro -sponsored special events.

Contact: Doung Scopel


Mamava Sounds Press Release.Draft.pdf