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Touring Post Tours Send Delegates “Tennesseeing”

One of the primary advantages of attending the Select Traveler Conference each year is learning firsthand about new travel destinations for groups. In the case of Nashville, Tennessee, this year, many travel planners are already sending groups to America’s favorite city for music. But there are new developments in Nashville that planners will be seeing and learning about during post tours.

In addition to Nashville, there are several other Tennessee destinations that are lining up to show delegates some exciting new developments as well. All these tours are complimentary to registered Select Traveler delegates.

“Even in today’s world of online references and social media, when it comes to travel planning for groups, there is still no substitute for firsthand knowledge,” said Select Traveler Conference CEO Joe Cappuzzello. “There will not be a better opportunity this year for travel planners to see and experience Nashville and the state of Tennessee than during this conference. We hope to see lots of you there.”

Readers of Select Traveler magazine who are attending the conference responded to the Nashville posttour information immediately, and those tours are sold out. However, three additional offerings are still available and will be open for registration through January 26, so attendees can still visit some exciting places in Tennessee.


Rutherford and Wilson counties, located just minutes from Nashville in the heart of Tennessee, are offering a two-day trip, February 10-11, that includes the following sites and activities:


• Stones River National Battlefield and Oaklands Mansion in Murfreesboro

• MacGregor Stables, home to famous Tennessee walking horses

• Lunch at the award-winning Miller’s Grocery

• A VIP tour of Cracker Barrel Restaurants’ decor facility

• Fiddler’s Grove Historic Village

•  A gala dinner-and-dancing event at Cedar Creek Yacht Club in Mount Juliet

To register, send an email to:


Tennessee’s Upper Cumberland region is serving as host for a four-day posttour, February 10-13, that includes these fascinating sites and activities:


• A Wine, Stein and Shine tour that includes stops at: Delmonaco Winery, Short Mountain Distillery, and Sergio Brothers Calfkiller Beer Brewing Company

• County Courthouse Square in Livingston; The Mennonite settlement of Muddy Pond; Rockabilly Café in Crossville; time with local musicians and artists; and Homestead, a New Deal community

• Distinctive meals at: the Salt Box Inn and Stables, the T. B. Sutton Store in historic Granville, and the Inn at Cumberland Mountain State Park

To register, send an email to:


Tupelo, Mississippi, is teaming up with Memphis, Tennessee, to offer a three-day musical heritage tour that will showcase the music of legendary stars, including Elvis Presley, Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding and Booker T. This trip includes these sites and activities:


• Dinner and entertainment at Presley’s birthplace in Tupelo

• Memphis’ Stax Studio and Sun Studio: Where many rock and soul artists recorded, including the King himself

• The Pink Palace: Where modern-day grocery stores got their start

• Graceland: Presley’s world-renowned home that draws more visitors each year than any other home in America with the exception of the White House

• Lots of great music, food and fun

To register, send an email to

These complimentary tours are open to registered delegates only. Space must be reserved by January 26. If you have not registered yet for the Select Traveler Conference, visit: