ELVIS PRESLEY’S FAMED GOLD WATCH

The First Public Display Of Elvis Presley’s famed gold watch at Titanic Museum in Branson.

Thursday, September 17th at 10 A.M.

He wore it! He treasured it! Now you’re invited to see it – the King of Rock ’n’ Roll’s prized, 14k gold watch at a special press and media preview showing of his prized timepiece. The watch was purchased recently by an avid fan & collector William Bednarczyk from M.S. Rau Antiques, New Orleans. “To be asked to loan the watch for display in the museum is a tribute to Elvis, his family and his friends,” says Bednarczyk. This exclusive presentation will be held at the Branson ship on Thursday, September17, at 10 A.M., announces President, COO and Co-Owner Mary Kellogg.

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TITANIC MUSEUM ATTRACTION GOING ALL-PINK IN OCTOBER

Titanic Museum Attraction going All-Pink in Support of the
2020 International Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.

For the sixth year, Titanic’s iconic, giant ship will mount a 15 ft. pink ribbon calling attention to the 2020 Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign at the Titanic Museum Attraction, announces Mary Kellogg, President, COO & Co-Owner of Titanic Branson.

In addition the museum will honor 46 passengers who survived Titanic, but were later claimed by cancer – seven were victims of breast cancer.  When you visit the Museum Attraction you’ll find on the Survivors’ Wall the name of each passenger who survived, those that had cancer will be honored with a pink ribbon beside their name during the month of October.

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