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Tennessee Residents Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies Just $10, Other Ripley’s Attractions $5!

TN Residents can get into Ripley’s Aquarium  of the Smokies for $10 as well as the other Ripley’s TN Attractions for $5 from January 18-24, 2017! 20% of all proceeds will benefit local animal shelters!

Mention: ‘TENNESSEE SPECIAL’ to receive discount. All Adults must show TN Resident ID. Discount is available at ticket booths only.

And if you are wondering about kids prices for the Aquarium, children 2-5 are $7.99 and children under 2 are Free!

Dairy Products Class Action Lawsuit: Eligible Consumers to Receive up to $30 or More

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Have you purchased milk products (milk, cream, half and half, yogurt, cottage cheese, cream cheese or sour cream for your own use – not for resale) in the last 14 years. Do you live in – Arizona, California, the District of Columbia, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia or Wisconsin?

If so, and you do not have receipts, you may qualify for up to $30 or more in the “Bought Milk” class action lawsuit.

To submit your claim, complete the form here no later than January 31st, 2017. You can also print the claim form here (scroll down to question #2 under the FAQs section) and mail it to:

Claims Administrator
Fresh Milk Products Antitrust Litigation
PO Box 43430
Providence, RI 02940-3430

Are you wondering what this lawsuit is about? The lawsuit accused milk producers of price-fixing. Brought against major U.S. dairy producers (including Land O’ Lakes, the National Milk Producers Federation, Dairy Farmers of America and Agri-Mark) following accusations of slaughtering more than 500,000 cows to reduce milk supply, therefore artificially inflating prices. Instead of taking the case to court, the milk producers settled the case for $52 million

Zoo Knoxville: Win a VIP Behind the Scenes Tour or An Annual Zoo Pass This Weekend + BOGO Admission!

–For the second year in a row, Zoo Knoxville has had a record attendance, surpassing the 2015 record of 440, 115 by more than 30,000 visitors. To encourage a strong finish to the biggest year in the zoo’s 68-year history, the zoo is offering the last visitors of 2016 the chance to win a behind-the- scenes tour of an animal area or an annual pass.

As the year comes to a close, the zoo anticipates attendance could surpass 473,000 visitors to the park. To help reach that number, the zoo will be offering a special surprise to Friday and Saturday attendees; the 473,000 th visitor through the gates will win a VIP behind-the- scenes tour and a Zoo Knoxville gift box to commemorate the occasion. To make entry for all Friday and Saturday zoo-goers wildly fun and suspenseful, current attendance numbers will not be released.

The zoo will also be offering visitors on Friday, Dec. 30 and Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, the chance to win an annual pass when they check in and post a photo taken at a special photo op, the Wildly Fun Zookeeper Truck, parked in front of Black Bear Falls. To be entered to win a 2017 annual pass, visitors just need to check in at Zoo Knoxville on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and post a photo of themselves or their family and friends taken at the Wildly Fun Zookeeper Truck. The winner will be chosen by a random drawing and notified the week of Jan. 2, 2017, via social media.

Knoxville’s The Elf on the Shelf® Scavenger Hunt Starts Soon!

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Looking for a fun family event this season? I wanted to remind you this fun event starts soon!

The Elf on the Shelf® is a magical Christmas tradition recognized in households around the world. This year some of these magical scout elves will be sent from the North Pole by Santa and will land in Knoxville, Tennessee to be adopted by more than two dozen downtown Knoxville businesses. Families are invited to explore downtown and find where these little scout elves have landed each night for a fun-filled, holiday scavenger hunt.

The Elf on the Shelf® Adventure

A fun-filled holiday scavenger hunt and search for Santa’s magical helpers in Downtown Knoxville! Scout elves will be sent from the North Pole by Santa to be adopted by more than two dozen Knoxville businesses.

When?
November 25 to December 24

Where?
In over 2 dozen locations in Downtown Knoxville

How?
Once it starts on November 25, visit any of the participating locations and pick up your Elf on the Shelf North Pole Pass. Then just start your magical journey! Collect a store stamp at each scout elf sighting…and continue the adventure.

Diligent seekers collecting twenty or more stamps will be entered to win grand prizes of downtown merchandise and gift cards. There will also be lots of fun, treats, and additional prize drawings along the way.

You can see a map and or list of all the participating locations here.

Thanks, Visit Knoxville

Knoxville’s The Elf on the Shelf® Scavenger Hunt

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Looking for a fun family event this season? I wanted to give you a heads up about this!

The Elf on the Shelf® is a magical Christmas tradition recognized in households around the world. This year some of these magical scout elves will be sent from the North Pole by Santa and will land in Knoxville, Tennessee to be adopted by more than two dozen downtown Knoxville businesses. Families are invited to explore downtown and find where these little scout elves have landed each night for a fun-filled, holiday scavenger hunt.

The Elf on the Shelf® Adventure

A fun-filled holiday scavenger hunt and search for Santa’s magical helpers in Downtown Knoxville! Scout elves will be sent from the North Pole by Santa to be adopted by more than two dozen Knoxville businesses.

When?
November 25 to December 24

Where?
In over 2 dozen locations in Downtown Knoxville

How?
Once it starts on November 25, visit any of the participating locations and pick up your Elf on the Shelf North Pole Pass. Then just start your magical journey! Collect a store stamp at each scout elf sighting…and continue the adventure.

Diligent seekers collecting twenty or more stamps will be entered to win grand prizes of downtown merchandise and gift cards. There will also be lots of fun, treats, and additional prize drawings along the way.

You can see a map and or list of all the participating locations here.

Thanks, Visit Knoxville

Donate an Operation Christmas Child Box for Only $5

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I know so many of your participate locally with this but if you cannot this is a great alternative! You can support a great cause this holiday season, by going over here and donating $5 for a shoebox to be assembled in your honor and donated to Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child (keep in mind that you will not receive this item – it will be sent for you). If you’re not familiar with this organization, be sure to watch their video or go here.

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This year your $5 donation will be multiplied because That Daily Deal will match it. So if you donate a box, they will also donate a box…or donate 10 boxes and they will donate 10 boxes! The boxes will be assembled and delivered to a local drop off area.

Wilderness at the Smokies-$10 Admission During Fund for Food Drive

wilderness-smokies-food-fundHave you been wanting to check out Wilderness at the Smokies!?  Right now you can for just $10 a person! 

October 31 and November 1,2,7,8 and 9th 2016 you can head to the River Lodge front desk from 10 am to 8pm and purchase day passes for just $10 per person! Kids ages two and under are free.  There is a limit of 250 passes available per day at the $10 rate and all proceeds go tot he Funds for Food Drive that benefits  Sevier County Food Ministries.

You can read our review of Wilderness at the Smokies here.

Don’t forget you can get $1 Admission to Zoo Knoxville November 10-13th!

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