Excited tourists arrive in Nashville for the NFL Draft

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — There are three days left till the official start of the NFL Draft and excited tourists are beginning to arrive in Nashville. 

Meanwhile, crews are continuing their work on the Draft stage. At 460 feet long, the stage is thought to possibly be the biggest one ever built in Tennessee, according to the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. 

“I’m very excited. I’m originally from Pittsburgh so Steeler nation. So hopefully, we can get somebody to help the team out.” said Dante Jamison, a Pittsburgh native planning to attend the NFL Draft. 

On Sunday, crews spent time adjusting lighting and testing screen fixtures. Organizers told News 2 that crews will be working around the clock, to get the stages done on time. 

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