by Drew Daniel | 07/29/06
Tennessee Young Republicans will have an opportunity to tour the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg on Saturday, August 12th, one week after state primary and county general elections! We will be havinga BBQ lunch and tour of the Distillery to follow. The “BBQ on the Hill” is buffet style and all you can eat. Tickets are $20 each. We arrive at 11 a.m. to the Jack Daniels Visitor Center. The shuttle will leave at 11:30 a.m. and bring us back around 1 p.m. Then, we are scheduled to take a free tour of the Jack Daniel Distillery after lunch. We will make a YR day of it in Lynchburg, Tennessee! Here’s the RSVP details:
- in order to know how much BBQ to prepare, Jack Daniel has to order shoulders so everyone MUST RSVP in advance!
- RSVP deadline is 3 p.m. on Monday, August 7th
- RSVP under the Tennessee Young Republicans
- Jack Daniel will secure the reservations with your credit or debit card and charge it when you arrive.
- RSVPs must be made with Jack Daniel Events Planner Christy Mitchell (see contact info below)
- If you feel comfortable with e-mail, you can e-mail your card to Christy.
- If not, you can call your reservation info to Christy at (931) 759–6319.
- Remember that Lynchburg is in a dry county with no Jack Daniels consumption allowed. Darn!
Middle TN Director (and Cheatham County chair) Perry Keenan has also made arrangements through Christy to have Master Distiller Jimmy Bedford autograph bottles of your favorite spirit. Unfortunately, Jimmy will be at a NASCAR event with the Jack Daniels car that weekend. However, we can leave the bottles there for Jimmy to sign and can be picked up at a later date (due to laws & ordinances, no bottles can be shipped but can be purchased & picked up on site).
Directions to the Jack Daniels Distillery: click here
To RSVP, please contact Christy.
Jack Daniel Visitors Center
Phone: (931) 759–6319
Fax: (931) 759–6359
Make sure to tell them you are part of the Tennessee Young Republicans!
Again, this event is open to all YRs! This will be a nice way to celebrate the winning of the August 3rd election (and a nice break before the November elections).