Tennessee River Times Magazine 2015-2016

Wednesday, 16 September 2015
The MRCT has recently released its 6th edition of River Times magazine and we hope you’ll enjoy reading about exciting activities, companies and great people along the Mississippi River in Tennessee. If you would like copies of the publication, please call (901) 425-3450 or email: diana@msrivertn.org and we’ll send them right out to you!



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The Mississippi River Corridor – TN is now in production for our 5th edition of River Times magazine. The publication will be distributed throughout the six Corridor counties along the Mississippi River as well as the Delta region and statewide tourism outlets. If you are interested in placing an advertisement in River Times, please contact Diana Threadgill at diana@msrivertn.org or (901) 278-8459.



The MRCT is delighted to announce the publication of our 3rd edition of River Times magazine! Please check out the digital link below to read new feature articles about the Corridor’s unique assets, history and people. Hard copies will be available at numerous visitor centers, Chambers of Commerce and cultural stops in the Corridor. Happy Trails !

Tennessee River Times Magazine

Thursday, 26 July 2012

The Mississippi River Corridor – TN is now in production for our 4th edition of River Times magazine. The publication will be distributed throughout the six Corridor counties along the Mississippi River as well as the Delta region and statewide tourism outlets. If you are interested in placing an advertisement in River Times, please contact Diana Threadgill at diana@msrivertn.org or (901) 278-8459.


The MRCT is delighted to announce the publication of our 3rd edition of River Times magazine! Please check out the digital link below to read new feature articles about the Corridor’s unique assets, history and people. Hard copies will be available at numerous visitor centers, Chambers of Commerce and cultural stops in the Corridor. Happy Trails !

Check out the Kentucky to Memphis ride created by the K2M Team.

Their ride generally follows the Mississippi River Trail with a few personal variations.  Great video and a map of the route, including a photo map to see what various sections look like.

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