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Full Circle Company at The NAMM Show 2020

While we're still recovering from an amazing NAMM Show (anyone else out there get NAMMthrax?!), we can't believe all that happened! It was our first time having a booth at the biggest music trade show in the world, and it did not disappoint.

Here were some of our top highlights:

1. Meeting tons of incredible people (even some of our existing customers!)

Full Circle Co. has been around for about a year so when we tell people about this crazy idea we have, (you know, about turning broken drum cymbals into jewelry, bottle openers and drum keys), most people haven't heard of us - which we love! We want as many people to hear about our cymbal revolution.

One really cool thing about NAMM was that we got to meet some of our existing customers and supporters! They found out and believed in us from the get go and have helped us build this idea to where it is now.

2. Meeting Some Of Our Biggest Musical Influences

If you've never been to NAMM before, it's totally normal to be walking around the show floor and see legends like Anika Nilles, Tony Royster Jr and even Stevie Wonder walking around. Not only did we bump into artists and companies we love and admire, but we had the privilege of having some of them stop by our booth! What an honor.

We had greats like Benny Greb, Matt Greiner (August Burns Red), Mike Johnston, Brooke C (rockangel_), Jessica Burdeaux and many more insanely talented musicians stop by and check out our reclaimed cymbal items.

We also had very important (and awesome) folks from A&F Drums, Meinl Cymbals, SJC Drums, Vater Percussion, Aquarian Drumheads, Tackle Instruments and Drumeo take time out of their busy day to come meet and visit with us.

As a drummer myself, having grown up with these companies and artists, it was very surreal!

3. Being A Small Part of Something Bigger

The NAMM Show is much more than a bunch have companies and booth, as the NAMM Foundation actively works to promote music education, youth and women in the music industry, and much more. It was awesome to see so many different people come together for the best NAMM Show yet, and we are proud to be a small part of that!


Thanks for reading! My name is Liz, a lefty drummer and owner of Full Circle Company. We take broken drum cymbals and turn them into jewelry, bottle openers, and drum keys. Check us out at