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Aug 29

Great American Country’s Summer Vacation Highlights

Here at Great American Country, we’re feeling sad and nostalgic that the end of summer is near. Instead of mourning the loss of lazy days gone by, we’re celebrating our favorite moments. The staff spent their summer traveling across the U.S., from our home base in Knoxville to snowy Alaska. Let there be no question, the Great American Country team knows how to enjoy summer. Take a look at the cool places we visited!

Site manager Sarah Herron vacationed at a dog-friendly beach, Edisto Island in South Carolina.


Marketing manager Eric Jensen visited Colorado at the end of July.


Jen Moore, our supervising producer in Creative Services, relaxed at Kiawah Island, South Carolina, with her family.


Summer intern Courtney Madson soaked up some sun while floating on Watts Bar Lake in Knoxville, Tennessee. Courtney also traveled to Alaska and San Francisco, in her native state.


Tara Gentry, who works in Creative Services as a scheduling coordinator, took a break from the heat and braved the Alaska cold in Seward. She and her husband went on a cruise through Kenai Fjords National Park and arrived in front of a 400-year-old glacier.


Jen Leitman, our SVP of Marketing and Creative Services, went out West to Colorado for an exciting ride on Royal Gorge Zip Lines. She recently documented her family adventure. Check it out! >>


And yours truly took a day trip to Savannah, Georgia, while vacationing on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. My boyfriend and I walked around Forsyth Park, ate at the Olde Pink House and shopped along River Street.


From our Great American Family to yours, Happy Labor Day! Enjoy these last remaining days with some of our summer fun tips and ideas!

10 Ways to Celebrate Summer>>

Host One Last Summer Soiree>>


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