Enter to win a holiday getaway to Nashville to experience Gaylord Opryland’s A Country Christmas.

Two prize packages for two include:

  • Two-night room accommodations (one room) for up to a family of four at Gaylord Opryland (Sunday-Thursday, Nov. 18-Dec. 27, based on availability)
  • Tickets to ICE! featuring “Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas.” Experience favorite scenes from this beloved Christmas special in magnificent hand-carved sculptures made from more than 2 million pounds of ice.
  • Tickets to Cirque Dreams Holidaze at the iconic Grand Ole Opry House. Back by popular demand, Cirque Dreams Holidaze returns with its electrifying stage spectacular. Broadway Director Neil Goldberg has assembled the world’s most unique cast of incomparable cirque artists, singers, dancers and theatrical talent — candy cane contortionists, wheel-rolling engineers, jingle bell bicyclers, spiraling aerialists, intricate puppeteering and more than 300 dazzling costumes.

To receive information on Tennessee destinations and to register for our prize package drawing, complete the mail-in in the magazine or enter your information below. All entries received by Friday, Sept. 21, will be eligible for the drawing to be held on Friday, Sept. 28. All online responses will be entered in a drawing to win an additional $50.

Five more lucky entrants will win “Barns of Tennessee” books courtesy of the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association and The Tennessee Magazine.


    By entering the contest, readers automatically give The Tennessee Magazine permission to publish their name in print and digital publications, social media and on websites. Email addresses and phone numbers collected will be used to contact the winners and inform you of other contests and activities sponsored by The Tennessee Magazine or the electric cooperatives of Tennessee. Certificate is valid select dates through Dec. 27 and subject to availability at time of booking. Blackout dates apply. Certificate is not replaceable if lost, stolen, destroyed or expired. Expiration date cannot be modified or extended. Night(s) of stay must occur on or before the certificate’s expiration date. Room nights and amenities must be used concurrently. Prize is not transferable or redeemable for cash. No change or credit will be given on any unused portion of this certificate. Meals, valet parking, alcohol, gratuities and transportation are not included, unless specified. Applicable taxes, daily self-parking and daily resort fees are solely the recipient’s responsibility. Certificate is void and will not be honored if sold for cash or other consideration, auctioned on the internet or redistributed by a third party. Recipient(s) must be 21 and older. Any tax liability, including disclosure connected with receipt or use of this certificate, is solely the recipient’s responsibility. Certificate may not be valid where prohibited or restricted by law.
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Trent Scott

Trent Scott serves as vice president of corporate strategy for the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association. In this role, he coordinates the corporate communication efforts of TECA and The Tennessee Magazine and provides assistance to member utilities. Trent holds an undergraduate degree in marketing from Freed-Hardeman University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Tennessee. Trent and his wife, Suzanne, have two children and live in Henderson.

2 Comments

  1. Carol Zurawski on

    Found the article on Traveling to History to be very informative about early Indian tribes in the area.

  2. Cheryl Daly on

    there are some lovely pictures in the magazine and I enjoy reading it and looking at the pictures.

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