For the second straight year, the Grand Ole Opry is teaming up with country stars, radio stations, attractions and other partners from across the country for a digital Easter Egg Hunt via Twitter on Friday, March 29. Prize eggs will be hidden around Nashville as well as in mystery cities across the U.S. Fans will receive clues by following @Opry on Twitter on Friday.
Among the prizes hidden in the eggs are tickets to see Alabama, Terri Clark, Kacey Musgraves and more at the Opry, autographed CDs and merchandise from Trace Adkins, Garth Brooks, Josh Turner and Carrie Underwood among other and much more.
Can’t participate in the Twitter egg hunt? Fans can also get involved in a Virtual Opry Egg Hunt and be entered for a chance to win a grand prize to Nashville by hunting for virtual eggs throughout opry.com on March 29 For more details, follow @opry on Twitter or “like” the Grand Ole Opry on Facebook.
In other Opry news, it is among the nominees for PR News’ Social Media Icon Awards to be presented next month in New York City. The Opry is nominated for its work on Twitter celebrating the 50th Opry anniversary of Loretta Lynn.