Lillenas announces 5-year distribution partnership, relocates to Nashville
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Kansas City, Missouri
Lillenas Publishing Company of Nazarene Publishing House announced an expansive agreement with LifeWay Worship, joining forces to facilitate sales and order fulfillment of their church music repertoire over the next five years. The new partnership makes way for Lillenas to relocate its headquarters to Nashville, Tennessee, where they accepted an offer from Trevecca Nazarene University to house the Lillenas administrative offices.

"We are honored to partner with LifeWay Worship to take our print product to a wide audience," said Tim Curtis, Lillenas director. "Lillenas Publishing Company continues to surround itself with organizations that join us in our mission to serve churches around the world by providing top-quality music for their congregations. We look forward to continuing the growth of our company in Nashville."

Under the new agreement, Lillenas plans for a full, annual release schedule including Hope of the Broken World by David T. Clydesdale, Noel & Alleluia by Tom Fettke, and A Rockin’ Royal Christmas by Celeste Clydesdale.

"LifeWay Worship is delighted to join forces with Lillenas, and we look forward to what the Lord has in store for this new relationship as we serve the Bride of Christ together for the glory of his name," said Mike Harland, director of LifeWay Worship.

In 2009, Lillenas moved its creative and product development operations to Nashville to better align strategically within the music industry and to allow the company to re-engage its song publishing initiatives by placing it in the center of the activity within the industry. Relocating the administrative offices to the campus of Trevecca Nazarene University provides Lillenas Publishing Company the opportunity to operate its divisions under one roof.
--Lillenas Publishing Company
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