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Elvis Presley Birthplace Tender Notes

March 2023

Please pardon our mess.

You may smell paint. You may smell freshly dug earth.

We are always planning ways to make your experience here a good one. We’re getting a few spring projects done to make your visit here one you will remember and want to return and visit again.

So, when you come to the Birthplace, it may look a little different than you remember it. And, we hope it makes you smile.

Also, the Birthplace is working with a senior-level integrated marketing communications class with the University of Mississippi. They have created a survey as part of their class project. The information about this at the end of the newsletter. Would you consider helping the class out by taking the survey?

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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February 2023

At the Elvis Presley Birthplace, as with all the decisions we make, we keep the fans in mind. You are who make this place great, and we want you to have a great experience when you come here.

Only three of our attractions are ticketed. Everything else is free.

We have a new feature we are currently installing to enhance the experience of fans both during open hours and even after hours.

This is just a little extra that we want our fans to have to help their experience of Elvis.

Click the link below to read more about it.

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January 2023

January 8, 2023, was a magical day at the Birthplace.

We had a birthday party. The Birthplace was decorated both for Elvis’ birthday and for Christmas. We learned from Tom Brown that the Presleys would keep the Christmas decorations up until after Elvis’ birthday, so we did too.

We had a lot of door prizes to give away. And, congratulations to Serita Jackson, our grand prize winner of the Elvis-themed Christmas tree.

The highlight of the afternoon was the concert. A young Elvis – Wyatt S. from Fulton, Mississippi – started the concert. We were treated to “Ol’ Shep” and other songs by Julie Grisham of Tupelo. Then our headliner – Elvis Tribute Artist Jack Curtis – gave us a concert of Elvis music.

It was a great day to celebrate Elvis. Please click the link below to enjoy our event photos.

We announced our Fan Appreciation Day is on August 12, so please plan to join us.

We look forward to seeing you at the Birthplace!

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