Thursday, March 26, 2009

What A Trip Entertainment Teams with Bob Kingsley's Top Forty For Country Music Fans

What A Trip Entertainment Teams with Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40 to Bring Fans of Country Music to the CMA Music Festival in 2009!

For years, What A Trip Entertainment has been recognized as the leading source of unique trips and travel planning for an elite group of recording artists as well as radio and television stations. For the first time, What A Trip Entertainment is now offering their celebrated trip packages directly to the country music fans! In conjunction with the popular radio show, Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40, What A Trip Entertainment is offering several exclusive trip packages that include private events and performances hosted by the iconic Bob Kingsley himself!
With trip packages starting as low as $560 per person, this partnership brings the most exclusive experience to the fans at prices that are easy on the wallet. Offering great flexibility, the available packages give the fans the opportunity to get a flavor of CMA Music Festival for their choice of two consecutive nights or jump in with both feet and stay for all five nights! And if you need even more flexibility, fans can add nights to their trip for as little as $250 per night.
“We want to be sure CT40 listeners not only have a unique experience but one with value and flexibility. What A Trip! has created both, and no other entertainment company knows their way around country music events like these folks,” tells Bob Kingsley.
Delivering the ultimate VIP experience to the guests while offering reasonable prices and flexibility were a top priority to What A Trip Entertainment CEO, Grace Reinbold. “Being able to offer fans “insider” country music trips is great fun for everyone! We focus on the over-all experience and make these trips the most memorable events of a fan’s lifetime.”
And when we say unique, we mean it!

The packages include a private event exclusively for Bob Kingsley Country Top 40 CMA Music Festival Trip participants hosted by Bob Kingsley featuring Jeffrey Steele and Friends.
Jeffrey Steele is a hit songwriter and producer with accolades including two-time BMI Songwriter of the Year and Nashville Songwriters Association International's writer of the year for three consecutive years. His song "What Hurts The Most," recorded by Rascal Flatts, received several awards in 2007 as well as a Grammy nomination for the best country song. He also produced Montgomery Gentry's album "My Town" and "Some People Change" as well as projects by Keith Anderson, John Waite and the LoCash Cowboys. On the road, Jeffrey Steele has performed with Lynyrd Skynrd, Keith Urban and Brad Paisley. His publishing company, 3 Ring Circus, has churned out hits including "My Wish," "Brand New Girlfriend," "Help Somebody," and "Everyday You Saved My Life." And yes, you saw Jeffrey Steele along with Jewel and John Rich as a judge on "Nashville Star."
Bob Kingsley will also host the "New Artist Show," which will feature some of Nashville's most exciting new artists chosen by Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40 for a very exclusive acoustic performance just for CMA Music Festival Trip guests. Guests will meet the artists, get autographs and enjoy a private event unlike any other presented during the Fan Fair Festival days in Nashville.
About What A Trip! Entertainment

Since launching in 1998, What A Trip! co-founders Grace Reinbold and Darlene Williams have guided the company to unprecedented success. Today, What A Trip! Entertainment is recognized as the leading purveyor of unique trips and travel planning for record labels as well as radio and television networks. In 2009, packages offering the public an opportunity to experience the extraordinary trips that What A Trip! Entertainment is known for have been introduced. What A Trip! Entertainment continues to offer the very best in exclusive experiences to everyone from industry leaders to celebrity artists to the fans that make it all possible, treating everyone as a VIP along the way.
About Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40

Every time he gets in front of the microphone, Bob Kingsley adds to his status as the most listened-to radio voice in country music history. The Host and Executive Producer of Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40, far and away the most successful show of its kind, has been the king of the country countdown for three decades now, and to hear him tell it, the process retains every bit of its magic. Bob's love for the genre, its people and its history has always been evident in that warm, rich voice, and the combination has given him both a vast and loyal audience and legendary status within the industry. He has twice been named the CMA's National Broadcast Personality of the Year and his show received Billboard's Network/Syndicated Program of the Year award no fewer than 16 times. Bob also received the ACM’s National Broadcast Personality of the Year Award in 2007 and, perhaps most tellingly, he was inducted in 1998 into the Country Music DJ Hall of Fame.
Media Contact

For Further Information Please Contact:Webster & Associates Public Relations 615-777-6995Bonnie Brozik / Bonnie@websterpr.comKirt Webster /
Webster and Associates Public Relations

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