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For Immediate Release
Enjoy Knoxville's Holidays on Ice

U.S. Celluar Presents Knoxville's Holiday on IceNovember 20, 2007 - Ice-skating in Knoxville is back! Presented by U.S. Cellular, Knoxville’s Holidays on Ice in 2007 will take place November 23- January 1, 2008.

Last year, over 16,000 people took the ice in Market Square and now you can too in its 3rd season.

This year’s Holidays on Ice offers a special event every night of the week.

On Monday, you can join members of the Knoxville Ice Bears on the ice, and on Tuesdays bring the kids out to skate with Santa! B97.5 will provide the top Christmas songs, as well as $1 off general admission on Wednesday nights. And finally, you can take free skating lessons sponsored by the Ice Chalet on Thursday nights.

Admission for Knoxville’s Holidays on Ice is $7 for adults and children ages 10 or under is $5.

For more information on the 2007 Holidays on Ice, visit www.knoxvillesholidaysonice.com.

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