MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Delegates can hear the music, explore the history and see the city at the 2012 BankTravel Conference in Memphis, Tenn., February 7-9. The Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau recently announced the four complimentary sightseeing tours created for the conference.
Guests can choose which tour sounds most appealing to them. All tours have 40 seats available, and will run from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Afterwards, attendees can enjoy the “Bank on Memphis” Party at 7:30 p.m. The mystery party will feature prizes and giveaways.
“Lisa Catron and her associates have put together four distinctive itineraries for BankTravel attendees coming in early, and one of the four should fit the bill for anyone interested,” said Teresa Burton, conference vice president. “I’m already getting lots of calls from bankers who want to know about these, so here’s the lowdown!”
Music that Made Memphis Tour
Sponsored by See Memphis Tours
Includes: Rock ‘n Soul Museum, Sun Studio Museum, music-themed city tour with See Memphis Tours, and the Stax Museum. Lunch and beverages are provided.
Sponsored by Heritage Tours
Includes: National Civil Rights Museum, Slavehaven, Beal Street, W.C. Handy home and city tour of heritage sites. Lunch and beverages are included.
Memphis: More than a River Town
Sponsored by Sweet Magnolia Tours
Includes: Center for Southern Folklore, Belz Museum of Chinese and Judaic Art, Brooks Museum and Memphis city tour. Lunch and beverages are included.
Old Man River Tour
Sponsored by Jimmy Ogle Tours
Includes: Mud Island Museum, Riverpark, Great American Steamboat, St. Jude Pavilion, Cotton Museum, and a city and river tour.
For reservations or more information about the tours, call (901) 543-5337 or email Lisa Catron (email@example.com) of the Memphis CVB.
For more information or to register for the BankTravel Conference, visit www.banktravel.com.