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    Big South Fork

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Big South Fork Bandy Creek Stable and Camp Store Contract Awarded

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Date: January 11, 2013
Contact: Dru James, 423-569-9778

Bobby Gene and Gretta York of Jamestown, Tennessee, were awarded a ten year contract to run the Bandy Creek Stable and Camp Store operations. The stables will continue to be open all year and the camp store will be open March through November annually. The stables will include horse/llama/mule/donkey stall rentals and tie-out service. The camp store will offer retail items, picnic supplies, snacks, pre-packaged ice cream, beverages, firewood, ice, and trail and tack supplies for sale. Wi-Fi will be available in the camp store at no charge for the visitor.

For additional information, contact Dru James, Chief of Administration, at (423) 569-9778.

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