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Gray Line Tennessee launches trolley service

Posted on May 11, 2011

[IMAGE]Trolly-at-Hard-Rock-Cafe-2.jpg[/IMAGE]Gray Line of Tennessee announced the launch of the Music City Trolley Hop, an on‐and‐off tour. Led by knowledgeable, fun tour guides, the new tour is an expanded version of the City Tour, providing a unique view of Music City that allows guests the opportunity to literally hop on or hop off at designated stops along the tour route.

Music City Trolley Hop is the first of three new offerings Gray Line is rolling out this season.

Around the world, Gray Line franchises provide hop‐on/hop‐off tours as a standard sightseeing option with high demand from visitors, who enjoy experiencing locations on their own terms and at a relaxed pace.

"With 11 stops at most of the top sites in Nashville, we believe this route is the conduit to many of the great attractions in the city," said Henry Hicks, president of Gray Line of Tennessee. "We are thrilled to continue making exciting Music City locations accessible to visitors from around the world, along with middle Tennessee residents."

 

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