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Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center: Quiz


Question 1: Home to the studios of 650 WSM, the company-owned 50 kW clear channel ________ radio station.
Country musicAmerican folk musicBluesJazz

Question 2: In the late 1990s, Gaylord Entertainment acquired the ________ Inn on McGavock Pike, just across the street from Opryland Hotel.
Choice HotelsRamada InternationalRenaissance HotelsRamada

Question 3: Separate from the Phase III expansion was the addition of an 18 hole ________, "Springhouse Golf Club", located 2 miles (3.2 km) east of the hotel.
Golf coursePhilippinesGolf equipmentThe Bahamas

Question 4:
  • ________'s Christmas Dinner and Show
    Reba McEntireCountry musicLouise MandrellBarbara Mandrell

Question 5: During the months of November, December, and through mid-January of each year, Gaylord Opryland attracts thousands of visitors to see the large display of ________ decorations, dubbed A Country Christmas.
ChristmasYule logWassailingYule

Question 6: The convention center is divided into five areas: the ________, Tennessee, Presidents, Governors, and Delta sections; each of which specializes in terms of rooms' size, and purposes.
Flowering plantMagnoliaMicheliaMagnoliaceae

Question 7: Convention Center - The largest convention area in ________ with three main exhibit areas and five ballrooms.
Georgia (U.S. state)TennesseeArkansasAlabama

Question 8: The par-72 links-style course was home to the BellSouth Senior Classic at Opryland on the ________ from 1994 to 2003.
2008 Champions Tour2007 Champions TourChampions Tour2009 Champions Tour

Question 9: As a result of these new plans, the hotel was renamed Opryland Hotel Nashville and given designation as the company's ________ property.
Flagship stationFlagshipPublic Broadcasting ServiceCBS

Question 10: The 150 foot (46 m) tall, 4.5 acre (18,000 m²) atrium was given a ________ theme, borrowing many elements from New Orleans, Louisiana.
CajunItalian AmericanFrench AmericanEnglish American

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