Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Days of Our Lives, 45 Years and Counting!

Days of Our Lives, NBC's only daytime drama is in its 45th year of broadcasting. This iconic daytime soap opera was created by Ted Corday, a pioneer in the daytime drama genre and became a huge success under the leadership of his widow, Betty Corday, the show's glass ceiling shattering female executive producer. Learn the history of the show as well as behind the scenes secrets from executiv producer, Ken Corday, son of Ted and Betty Corday. Ken's book, The Days of our Lives: The True Story of One Family's Dream and the Untold History of Days of our Lives, is a must read for students of the daytime drama genre as well as long-time Days fans. Get a behind the scenes photo tour of the Days set through Days of our Lives 45 Years: A Celebration in Photos by Greg Meng and Eddie Campbell.

Celebrate Marlena's Return and the Days of Our Lives Big Event!

Celebrate the return of Marlena Evans Black to Salem with Matel's Days of Our Lives Marlena Evans collectors barbie doll!

Deidre Hall, one of daytime television's most beloved icons is reprising her role as Marlena on NBC's Days of Our Lives. Ms. Hall along with other beloved and popular veteran Days actors will appear on the Days of Our Lives' Big Event episode scheduled for September 26, 2011.  In addition to veteran Days actors, this episode will also feature special guest stars.

Prepare to watch this much anticipated Days episode while enjoying a beverage in a Days of Our Lives mug!

Friday, July 8, 2011 Gift Shop

Get merchandise and paraphernalia that celebrates tourism in Southwest Georgia. Buy shirts, outerwear, hats and caps, bags, fun stuff, items for home and office, drinkware, stickers, magnets and more. Southwest Georgia related themes include quail hunting, the watermelon capital, Georgia's City of Roses, Colquitt Georgia (the home of Swamp Gravy), peanuts, and of course, the Georgia peach! Click here.

Art and Culture Vacations

Now through August 31, 2011, save up to 35% on USA vacations where you can explore museums, music and cultural attractions. Locations include Washington D.C., New York, New Orleans, Nashville, Memphis, Chicago, and Colorado. Must travel by September 30, 2011. Click here.