Saturday, March 26, 2011
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I said young man, are you listening to me? The Village People are coming to Branson, Missouri on May 13th, and the Hilton Promenade is the only place to stay, offering exclusive ticket and rooming packages.
The 70’s will come alive in front of your eyes on May 13th at the Branson Tri-Lakes Center. Your favorite groups from the disco era, the Village People, Maxine Nightingale & Janice-Marie, will be performing 2 hours of their pop culture hits, songs like “YMCA,” “In the Navy,” “Macho Man,” and “Boogie Oogie Oogie”. Then after the curtain falls, your favorite performers will be staying after to sign autographs and take pictures with the fans at the Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing.
And after you’ve grooved the night away with your favorite 70’s icons, head back to your comfortable room at the conveniently located Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing. Your Hilton Promenade Village People Concert Package includes two 70’s Supershow tickets –featuring Village People, Maxine Nightingale & Janice-Marie and one-night stay at the beautiful Hilton Promenade. Packages are starting at $219.00 for two people. Which is a great price to stay at the Hilton while getting to dance and listen to the The Village People.
Recover from a long night of working the dance floor, in your plush Hilton Serenity collection bed, which includes a pillow topped mattress, down comforter and luxurious 250 thread count triple sheets. Now I wish I had those sheets at my house right now. You can kick up your feet and upload the pictures of your wild time-traveling night with the Hilton’s high speed Internet access, which I can't live without my internet so this would be a huge plus for me.
There are so many great things to do at the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel. They have this amazing thing that all men love Precor Fitness Center, including a variety of cardio equipment with personal televisions, free weights and machines, open 24 hours daily. You can also relax at their outdoor pool oasis which features a full sized outdoor pool, fire pit surrounded by oversized, comfortable seating and private pool side cabanas which would be amazing to have your own little place to relax. They are also kid friendly with them offering a kids meal, high chairs and cribs which is a plus in my family. There are two things that I would love to do in Branson and that would be go to the Titanic Museum and the Silver Dollar City. Both things we would have so much fun with a learn a lot of things from.
It’s like they say, it’s fun to stay at the Hil-ton Ho-tel!
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Now, I do have a question for all of my amazing readers tell me what your favorite Village People song is? I have always loved the YMCA!
#61 KatA Lucky Horseshoe they also run a etsy shop called aluckyhorseshoe so you can buy these lovely decals from either place. Along when placing a order you get to pick colors and fonts on how you want your decal to look.
I am truly impressed with the story behind A Lucky Horseshoe. It is ran by a 14 year old beginning business person and with the help from her parents she was able to start her own business. She is then turning around and saving her money for college. Where she love horses that is why she named her shop "aluckyhorseshoe." She also volunteers at a horse rescue. It is amazing to hear young people doing something positive for themselves and the future.