Columbus, OH - Since the beginning of 2017, BBB serving Middle Tennessee has received complaints about an advertised 10-day motorcycle event called “Nashville Bike Week” (NBW). Consumers claim to have spent hundreds of dollars on tickets, RV rental spaces and campsites for the week of September 14-24, 2017, but have started to become concerned.
According to the complainants, the event promoter continuously changes the site locations, leaving motorcycle enthusiasts to wonder if Nashville Bike Week will even happen.
Many complaints state tickets were purchased in early 2016, but any refund requests have been denied. Some of these complaints have come from Ohio.
BBB urges consumers to be wary of purchasing tickets for Nashville Bike Week. More details can be found here.
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