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ETWHA Award Banquet Information



The East Tennessee Walking Horse Association (ETWHA) is pleased to announce their annual high point banquet will be held January 7, 2012, at the RiverStone Resort located at 212 Dollywood Lane in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Due to the number of events in the Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg area, the ETWHA recommends planning ahead and booking room reservations as soon as possible.

Below are two recommended options for your stay:

RiverStone Resort & Spa
Pigeon Forge's Only Luxury Condo Resort. Phone 877-340-4343
Amenities include an indoor pool, spa, golf course, game room with kids' arcade games and much more.
For special room rates, ask for ETWHA Banquet Rates. For further information visit www.riverstoneresort.com.

All Season Suites
239 Dollywood Lane, Pigeon Forge, TN. Phone 800-223-6707
This hotel is located across from RiverStone Resort and features 1 & 2 bedroom luxury suites with separate living and sleeping areas. Deluxe contiental breakfast features omelet station, Belgian waffles, biscuits and gravy, hot and cold cereal, coffee, juice and milk included with each night of your stay. Other amenities include free wi-fi internet, heated outdoor pool and spa, fitness center and meeting rooms. All Season is within walking distance to many of Pigeon Forge's shops, restaurants and attractions. Ask for ETWHA Banquet rates for $69 per night plus tax rates. For further information visit www.allseasonsuites.com.

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