VetRewards Card 13.5% Discount at Graceland's "Elvis Experience Tour"
To salute Veterans Advantage's active duty, retired and veteran members enrolled in VetRewards, and to commemorate Elvis’ U.S. Army military service, Graceland has announced exclusive 13.5% ticket discounts with the "Elvis Experience Tour" for active duty military, veterans, National Guard & Reservists and their families presenting their VetRewards Card.
The “Elvis Experience Tour” includes an audio-guided tour of the Graceland Mansion and orientation film, plus exhibits showcasing Elvis' career, his automobiles, his wardrobe, his gold records and much more from the Graceland Archives. Elvis Presley’s Memphis also includes a newly-expanded "Private Presley" army exhibit, which takes a look at the memorable sights and sounds of his service in the U.S. Army which began in 1958.
The “Private Presley” exhibit will take an in-depth look at Elvis’ military service, including letters from Elvis’ manager Col. Parker to the Army asking for a deferment to allow Elvis to complete filming of “King Creole,” letters from the Army regarding press access to Elvis, his original Army footlocker, the dress that his mother Gladys wore at his induction ceremony, and more. Fans can also learn about how Col. Parker kept Elvis’ career alive while he was serving in Germany and see items from Frank Sinatra’s legendary “Welcome Home, Elvis” 1960 ABC television special.