WHO WE ARE
Ben Bosse and Danny Shaklan formed Music City Screens based on a marketing and media opportunity, spanning across live events. Having worked together for 10 years, they have collaborated on some of Nashville’s biggest events during their time together. They share a combined 30 years of event and marketing experience and are eager to partner to help grow revenues and create memorable experiences for fans.
Danny most recently worked as a Marketing Consultant with companies such as Caesars Sportsbook and Music City Grand Prix. Previously spending 10 years with the Nashville Predators and Bridgestone Arena as the Vice President of Marketing and Communications. He oversaw all Marketing, Communications, and Creative departments - including all functions related to creative development, game presentation, online and grassroots marketing, media buying, sponsor and ticket sales activations and social media. Prior to joining the Nashville Predators, he spent five years with Country Music Television (CMT) in the Consumer Marketing department. He helped with promotions related to a variety of original programming, most notably “CMT Crossroads”. He also spent time starting his sports working at Major League Lacrosse, owned by celebrity fitness guru, Jake Steinfeld (Body by Jake). He is a proud resident of Nashville, where he resides with his wife Jen, their sons Sam and Jesse.
For the past 11 years, Ben led multiple departments with the Nashville Predators, and as the Vice President of Event Services and Technical Operations he oversaw Event Services, Game Presentation, Technical Operations, and Information Technology. From 2018-19, Bosse oversaw Bridgestone Arena’s $15 million audiovisual system renovation. The project featured the addition of LED ribbon boards, sound system upgrades and the installation of a new scoreboard to the venue. He holds a master’s degree from Belmont University in Sport Administration. In 2016, Bosse was recognized as a recipient of the International Association of Venue Managers 30 Under 30 Award. He also received the 2020 VenuesNow Generation Next Award for his leadership and achievement in the venue management field. He resides in Nashville and has two children, Price, and Charlie.