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Celebration Website Adds New Interactive Area



SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. – The Celebration website (www.twhnc.com) has added a new interactive area that will allow visitors to the site to submit questions for a monthly question and answer column called “Ask the Celebration.”

“We’re always looking for ways to be more attentive to our customers,” explained Celebration CEO Ron Thomas. “With this service on our website, it gives them a direct way to ask questions about The Celebration.”

Questions are accepted anytime and a group of questions focusing on the most relevant topics that month are selected for the monthly column. These questions are answered by the appropriate Celebration staff member and put into a monthly compilation that will be available for view on the website.

“Questions about rules, policies, or just general information will be encouraged,” said Director of Public and Media Relations Chip Walters. “We see this as an opportunity to get great feedback from Celebration fans on how we can make their experience better."

To take advantage of the “Ask the Celebration” section of the website, just log on to www.twhnc.com and click on the “Ask the Celebration” icon. You will be taken to a very simple submission form where you will be asked for your name, hometown and question.

The first monthly column is expected to be published during the first 10 days of May.

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