• $17.50 for a ride on the Redneck Comedy Bus Tour ($35 value)
• 2-hour fun-filled tour of Nashville's most famous and historic sites
• Check www.theredneckbus.com for current tour schedule
• Two convenient locations for pick-up
• PROMOTION EXPIRES June 7, 2013
While you may not be in the market for 5 golden rings, you'll definitely be in the market for a day out on the town to get the family out of the house, take a ride on The Redneck Comedy Bus Tour. Offered for $17.50 in this deal, but regularly $35, you get a 50% savings. The two-hour informative bus tour is hosted by friendly area rednecks whose mission is to make you "redneck certified." Tour guides share their outrageous take on many of Nashville's famous and historic sites.
The comedy bus tour attracts locals and tourists alike. Those who take the tour often find themselves at the end of a joke; flying the coop isn't necessary though, as the kidding is so friendly that everyone can't help but laugh.
The Redneck Comedy Bus Tour is composed of a team of individuals adept at mixing humor with history and trivia. They work to play off one another, creating a dynamic show that incorporates the audience and makes each tour unique. The tours are held in a bus painted camouflage colors with steer horns on the front.
$17.50 for admission for one on the Redneck Comedy Bus Tour
- May purchase multiples. Limit 1 voucher per visit, per person. Reservation required, subject to availability. 24-hour cancellation policy. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash value. Tax and gratuity not included. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Must call 615-316-0014 to make a reservation.
11 a.m. tours depart from:
2611 McGavock Pike
Nashville, TN 37214
(Behind the Nashville Palace)
2 p.m. tours depart from:
Nashville, TN 37201
(In front of the Whiskey Bent Saloon)
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The term redneck is said to have originated from the Redneck War of 1921 when outraged miners wearing red bandannas marched in protest against the nonunion mining regime of the time. The uprising led to the current U.S. labor laws.