All SGPA events during NQC 2019 will be held at

The Ramsy Hotel and Convention Center

3230 Parkway

​Pigeon Forge, TN

Interested in Becoming a SGPA Member?

National Quartet Convention

Presidents Corner

Singing News

SGPA Annual Dues can be mailed to

Joyce Reid, SGPA Treasurer,

603 - 29th Street

Rockford, IL 61108

Dues Deadline July 31, 2018. Annual Dues $150.00 up to 2 members   We welcome New Members to join anytime during the year. Annual Dues $150.00 up to 2 members

​Membership Letter - Click Here


Past winners  click here

Our History


2017 NQC SGPA Showcase

Paul Pitts

Membership Chairman
Global Promotions 
510 Sir Richard Ct
Duncan, SC 29334
866-991-3750 Ofc and Fax

If you are a promoter and are interested in becoming a member of the Southern Gospel Promoters Association, we invite you to contact Paul Pitts, Membership Chairman, at the above telephone number, address, or email address. We will gladly furnish you with a brochure which shows your benefits as a member.

Annual Dues are $150.00 per membership for (2) persons, and are due by August 1st of each year.  New members are able to join at any time.

We appreciate your interest in the Southern Gospel Promoters Association.

The Southern Gospel Promoters Association was organized to help, encourage and provide information to all member Concert Promoters and work as a unified body to make a greater success of the concert arena. The organization is a working and welcome part in Southern Gospel Music, along with the many other different and effective industry associations.

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David Hancock

Prayer Requests - Click HERE to submit or view requests.

Southern Gospel Promoters Association

2018 Promoters Association Photos

Edna Wright

SGPA - The Symbol of EXCELLENCE  in Southern Gospel Music  

The Gospel Greats

Daily Devotional

First, let me draw your attention to the symbol here of this page. The SGPA stands for the Southern Gospel Promoters Association. Let me share with you what the SGPA is, why it was needed, and how it started.

​by Harold Marshall

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Joyce and Bob Spamer

New York