Anyway the good people of the MDTA, sent this press release about the winner and her upcoming trip:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 6, 2007
MISSISSIPPI DELTA TOURISM ASSOCIATION WINNER TO BLOG ON MYSPACE
Vicksburg, Miss. – The Mississippi Delta Tourism Association (MDTA) has named a winner in the Rollin’ Down the River prize package.
Darla Webb of Pontotoc, Miss. was chosen to receive the prize package featuring giveaways such as gaming in Tunica and a night at the world-famous Alluvian Hotel in Greenwood. Other gifts include accommodations across the region, some of the Delta’s best cuisine and visits to Delta attractions including the Vicksburg National Military Park, the Delta Blues Museum and Brussel’s Bonsai. The trip wraps up in Greenville at the Mississippi Delta Blues and Heritage Festival – a celebration of the musical heritage created for the world in the Mississippi Delta.
Myspace guests can read about Webb’s week through the Mississippi Delta on the MDTA Myspace page. Webb will post daily accounts of her trip in the Mississippi Delta on the association’s blog found at www.myspace.com/visitthedelta. MDTA recently joined over 100 million members of myspace.com, a social networking website and one of the most popular websites in the United States.
The service offers an interactive network of friends allowing members to post profiles, blogs, photos, music, videos and much more content that can be viewed internationally.
MDTA’s Myspace page provides a positive image of the Mississippi Delta by posting pictures of the region, paying tribute to the music that was born in the Mississippi Delta and linking to the association’s website.
“I can’t wait to explore the Mississippi Delta and share it on the blog!” stated Webb.
The Mississippi Delta Tourism Association is a regional marketing organization that promotes the Mississippi Delta and is made up of tourism organizations in the following Delta locations: DeSoto County, Tunica, Clarksdale, Greenville, Greenwood, Cleveland, Indianola, Yazoo County and Vicksburg.