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Enter to win our Opry Mills Fall Haul Giveaway

See how you and a lucky friend can win a $1,000+ prize package for Opry Mills.

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Spend a fall day shopping at Opry Mills — Nashville’s largest outlet shopping destination with 200+ stores.

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Want to spend a day updating your fall wardrobe, noshing on seasonal dishes, and wrapping up with a unique wine tasting experience?

We’ve teamed up with Opry Mills to give one lucky Nashvillian and a friend a prize pack filled with tickets + gift cards to select, sought-after retailers from their 200+ store lineup including:

  • (1) $150 gift card to The Cheesecake Factory
  • (2) $100 gift cards to H&M, Coach, Movado, and Nike
  • (2) Tickets for a Wax and Wine experience at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum featuring Amber Falls Winery

Head over to our Instagram (@theNASHtoday) to enter now through Thursday, Oct. 26 at noon. We’ll announce the winner here in our newsletter on Friday, Oct. 27.

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