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Author Topic: "Ghosts of Highway 61- Dixie Tour 2013" Blytheville, Arkansas HOTEL INFO  (Read 342 times)
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« on: October 03, 2012, 09:12:37 AM »

April 4-6, 2013 "Ghosts of Highway 61-Dixie Tour 2013" Blytheville, Arkansas

I have selected two host hotels (both 5 minutes from Greyhound Depot) both with group rates. To receive group rate, mention group name: “MCNALLY”

You must reserve rooms in your name, with your credit card. Dry camping is permitted in show parking area near restored Greyhound depot for those with conversions.


Holiday Inn 1121 East Main Street Blytheville, Arkansas 72315 (870)763-5800 $98.95 (This hotel has better bus parking) http://www.holidayinn.com/hotels/us/en/blytheville/byhar/hoteldetail

Comfort Inn & Suites 1510 East Main Street Blytheville, Arkansas (870)763-0900 $87.30 http://www.comfortinn.com/hotel-blytheville-arkansas-AR173

Fans can fly into Memphis International Airport (MEM) just one hour to the South.

 Please see event description below for show details and dates. Thanks much. Take care.
 
Tom McNally
Peoria, IL. 309-253-2169
www.tomsgarageonline.com      event promo video:  http://youtu.be/y8_no8n79Vo
Event description:
 
April 4-6, 2013 "Ghosts of Highway 61-Dixie Tour 2013" Blytheville, Arkansas: A national historic exhibition of antique coaches & motor home conversions open to all makes/models up to 1980. Event will be held at the restored former Greyhound Lines Terminal at 109 North 5th Street Blytheville, Arkansas. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is but one of a few depots of its kind still in existence. Built in 1939, the building has been totally restored and houses the local tourist information center, mini-museum, and headquarters for “Main Street Blytheville.” See super rare antique buses and Memorabilia displays. Music. FREE and Fun for all ages! contact: Tom McNally 309-253-2169 my email address is: tbonemcnally@hotmail.com or my websites are: www.tomsgarageonline.com or www.GhostsOfTheHighway.com             
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If you know of the whereabouts of a PD4501 Scenicruiser - I would like to add the serial number to my registry of surviving Scenics.  www.tomsgarageonline.com
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