We’ve got something new and exciting to share with you, our Bourbon Bachelor Party Giveaway! This is a new contest we’re featuring on our Facebook page. Here are the details! Or, click here to download the flyer.
Attention bachelor party planners! Mint Julep Tours is set to give away a 12-person bachelor party that includes a tour of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail® distilleries.
We recently celebrated our 100th bachelor party outing that included a tour of The Kentucky Bourbon Trail® distilleries and toasted with a glass of authentic aged bourbon. To celebrate, we’re giving away a once-in-a-lifetime experience designed for fun, friendship and toasting the soon-to-be-groom on Kentucky’s famous Bourbon Trail. The selected winner, along with up to 12 of his friends, will have a day they’ll always remember originating in Louisville: The Gateway to Bourbon Country. The Bourbon Bachelor Party Giveaway prize package includes a ride in the famous Bourbon Bus with Mint Julep Tours for an ultimate bourbon experience, including the distillery of the groom’s favorite Kentucky Bourbon. The evening will continue on Louisville’s Urban Bourbon Trail as the group checks out some of Louisville’s bourbon hot spots.
To win is simple, just “Like” the Mint Julep Tours Facebook fan page, comment “#Bourbon:” with the soon-to-be-groom’s favorite bourbon and his reason for loving it. Must be 21 or older to enter this contest. Airfare and accommodations are not included. All entries must be submitted for consideration by August 15, 2011. The winner will be announced September 1, 2011. One entry per person.
Says Mint Julep Tours Chief Entertainment Officer, Lisa Higgins “Over the past four years I don’t think there is a particular group that has lived up to our motto more: ‘the purpose of fun is to have some.’ We love these guys and the spirit they bring with them to enjoy each other while spending the day on the bourbon trail. We have even hosted three different bachelors from the same group of friends. That should speak to how much fun they are having along the trail.”