Good to Go is a new, free program designed to help Nashville’s businesses in every industry keep Music City safe and healthy.

Every Nashville business has a vested interest in restarting the city’s hospitality engine, so every business should do its part to keep employee, visitor, resident and community health top-of-mind as the city starts to welcome guests again. Good to Go provides coronavirus resources, information and support from leading infectious disease experts to help your business confidently and safely reopen.

Research points to the fact that people want to know a destination is taking safety precautions before traveling. In fact – according to Destination Analysts’ Coronavirus Travel Sentiment Index, Week of May 18 – 74% of people say they will research how the destination and/or its businesses are managing coronavirus before their next leisure trip.

Participating in Good To Go means being part of heightening Nashville’s universal appeal as a captivating destination, relocation option, and place to call home. Ours can be a post-pandemic future where staying safe and staying open are one and the same. We’re ready to tell the world Nashville’s good to go. Join us!

Good to Go is a hospitality safety program courtesy of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, Vanderbilt Health, Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. and SERVPRO. Participating businesses commit to following the coronavirus guidelines established by Nashville’s Metro Public Health Department. You can find those guidelines and other information about COVID-19 in Nashville at

All Nashville-area businesses are encouraged to participate in this free program. To join, please watch the Good to Go Champion webinar on demand and sign the participant pledge!

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Good To Go Music Note


Participating businesses will receive signage that displays the program’s signature green music note--designating their commitment to safety and health. Businesses will also be recognized for their heightened commitment to safety on Good to Go’s website.


All program participants will receive a Good to Go safety toolkit that includes up-to-date best practices and recommendations for infectious disease prevention and workplace safety.


Good to Go businesses will have access to enhanced information and insights, and updated guidance from leading infectious disease experts at Vanderbilt Health. The program will also include monthly conference calls open to all participants.