Wild Turkey seeks distillery artifacts for visitor center

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By The Staff

Wild Turkey Distillery is looking for unique Wild Turkey photographs, bottles and other artifacts for its new visitor center, scheduled to open this June.
During two “Discovery Days,” Anderson County residents can bring in Wild Turkey Distillery artifacts and memorabilia to be photographed and logged into the visitor center’s digital archive.
Artifacts will be a part of a “museum-quality gallery dedicated to Wild Turkey’s amazing history,” according to the distillery.
Wild Turkey may also contact those people whose items would be a good addition to the visitor center’s collection. All loans and donations will be acknowledged on a special contributors’ plaque in the Visitor Center, according to a release.
The distillery is looking for any items associated with Wild Turkey, including vintage Wild Turkey bottles and labels, advertisements, photographs, documents and correspondence, home movies or videos, artifacts, memorabilia, unusual items, clothing, hats and accessories.
The Discovery Days are scheduled for April 29 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and April 30 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There is no appointment necessary to attend, and the event will be held rain or shine.
Individuals interested in bringing distillery memorabilia should go to the current Wild Turkey Visitor Center, located at 1525 Tyrone Road in Lawrenceburg, during the two Discovery Days.
For more information, contact wildturkey@tbaglobal.com.