A historic exhibition of antique coaches & motor home conversions open to all makes/models up to 1980. Event will be held at the former Greyhound Terminal at 109 North 5th Street Blytheville, Arkansas. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is but one of a few of its kind still in existence. Built in 1939, the building has been totally restored to become a local tourist information center and headquarters for “Main Street Blytheville.” Mark your calendars for fun with the entire family!
A Day Trip aboard a Scenicruiser to Memphis, TN, for the world’s best BBQ, Delta Blues music, Elvis Presley’s Graceland. (One Hour South of Blytheville)
Full access to the historic Greyhound Lines Terminal, with museum, motor coach memorabilia displays, and a catered meal within the depot. (details to follow)
Downtown streets near the terminal will be closed and reserved as deluxe parking spaces for participating coaches for the entire three day event. (Please RSVP for space)
Ideal photo opportunities for your coach parked beside this iconic building.
Event T-shirts & posters available for purchase
Join us for this special event. See old friends and meet new ones too!
Two host hotels (both 5 minutes from Greyhound Depot) & local host campground (to be announced), all with group rates.
Holiday Inn 1121 East Main Street Blytheville, Arkansas 72315 (870)763-5800
Comfort Inn & Suites 1510 East Main Street Blytheville, Arkansas (870)763-0900
Note: Due to long lead-time, reservations will not be accepted until October 2012 for this event. Group rates to be announced.
Fans can fly into Memphis International Airport (MEM) just one hour to the South.
Ron will be spinning 45 RPM records from his 1954 Greyhound Scenicruiser music bus!
For more info about this event please contact Tom McNally at: (309)253-2169 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Interesting links with additional info on the Blytheville Greyhound Terminal: http://www.couriernews.net/gallery/6783