April
2

Duttons Open for 2012 Season

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The lights will be back on at the Dutton Family Theater this week, as both the Duttons and George Dyer open their 2012 season. Opening night for the Duttons will be Thursday April 5th, while George Dyer takes the stage at 2 PM on Tuesday April 3rd with his all new show. The Dutton complex – theater, hotel, and gift shop – were spared any damage in the February 29th tornado and are fully operational for opening week.

Following an exciting winter schedule with many sold-out shows at their Mesa, Arizona theater, as well as touring, Judith Dutton told us, “We’ve taken the best from our two new winter shows to create an exciting new 2012 show for Branson featuring a lot more rock ‘n roll, as well as traditional Dutton-style entertainment.”

Julio Dutton, Ben’s identical cousin from Spain, a growing comic sensation at the Dutton Show, will be back with his horn suit – and a brand new video. A camera crew followed Julio at an Arizona resort complex as he interacted with seniors in the workout area and gymnasium, learned all about cactus, and even attempted some golfing. Additionally, the 2012 show features even more of the third-generation talent within this extremely versative family of musicians, singers, and dancers.

George Dyer, one of the world’s greatest tenors, promises a totally new and exciting show, following his winter schedule in Hawaii and Arizona. George provided a tempting taste of his extraordinary talent as he sung the national anthem to kick-off Branson’s Centennial Celebration on Sunday at the opening of the new historical museum.

For more information and show schedules at The Dutton Theater, visit www.theduttons.com.

Contact:

Judith Dutton, (417) 332-2772
judithdutton@theduttons.com

Jack Burke, (417) 239-1011
jack@soundmarketing.com

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April
2

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Morgan Manley
Marketing Assistant
2500 W Hwy 76
Branson, MO 65616
417-334-1800

BRANSON, MO – Mar 2012 – You saw them on TV and you voted to make them famous… Now see them live in Branson this Summer!

The Finalists Live! Branson’s hottest summer show features 15 Top 10 Finalists from American Idol, all to perform live on stage at the Andy Williams Moon River Theater, May 14-August 18.

The first group includes Lee DeWyze, the 2009 Winner of American Idol; Blake Lewis, the Beat Box performer who was runner up in 2007; Elliott Yamin, who finished at the number three slot in 2006; Branson’s very own Kimberly Caldwell, from season 2003 and host on the Oxygen and TV Guide Channels; and, even Thia Magia from last year’s American Idol show. The show will be hosted by Pete Peterkin, a 2009 Finalist from Americas Got Talent.

Plus, later this summer, don’t miss Reuben Studdard, the 2004 Winner of American Idol and Bo Bice, Vonzell Solomon and many, many more. The Finalists Live! is the hot new show you won’t want to miss!

For more information, contact the Box Office at 800-666-6094

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April
2

Branson Airport Announces Seasonal Nonstop Service On Branson AirExpress
Austin, Milwaukee, and Nashville Service Begins May 10th

BRANSON, MISSOURI (April 2, 2012) – Branson Airport (BKG) announces seasonal nonstop service to and from Austin, Texas (AUS), Milwaukee, Wisconsin (MKE), and Nashville, Tennessee (MQY) marketed as public charter flights by Branson AirExpress and operated by Corporate Flight Management (CFM).

The new non-stop service will operate 4 days per week on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Austin and Milwaukee. The nonstop service to Nashville will operate 3 days per week.

Corporate Flight Management (CFM), a direct air carrier based in Smyrna, TN, is supporting Branson Air Express with aircraft operational services for the planned nonstop service to Austin, Milwaukee and Nashville. Allen Howell, CEO of CFM, stated “We are proud to support the Branson community and look forward to bringing air service to Branson, especially in light of the recent tornadoes.”

Branson AirExpress also announces a partnership with Social Flights, a social network for private aviators and social fliers. Social Flights will assist Branson AirExpress in marketing the planned new services to its current membership of 13,866 fliers and 98 Private Aviation Operators encompassing over 600 jets. Jay Deragon, CEO of Social Flights, said “Branson AirExpress is a perfect example of the 21st century model of efficient and effective community oriented air service initiated by and on behalf of the community.”

“Austin and Milwaukee were strong markets last year and the synergies that exist between Branson and Nashville are fantastic,” stated Branson Airport Executive Director, Jeff Bourk. “The joint venture between these cities, as well as Branson AirExpress and CFM, allows us to offer low fares and continued convenience for passengers getting to and from Branson, Missouri. In addition, the partnership allows CFM to operate the flights at their expense, as well as bring new experiences and creative ideas to the 2012 Branson AirExpress season.”

Branson AirExpress will offer low introductory fares to and from Austin, Milwaukee, and Nashville. For tickets, customers can call toll free 1-888-FLY-BKG1 (1-888-359-2541) or visit BransonAirExpress.com.

* Advertised public charter fares are one-way, they include Federal Excise Tax of 7.5%, Federal Flight Segment Taxes of $3.80 per person per flight segment, and a convenience fee of $10. Sale fares must be booked 7 days or more prior to travel. These fares are capacity controlled and may not be available on all seats on all flights. The convenience fee of $10 per person each way will be charged when booked by calling 1-888-FLY-BKG1 or through BransonAirExpress.com. Tickets purchased at the airport are not subject to the $10 charge. Fares are subject to availability at the time of booking, and are subject to change. A $20.00 checked baggage fee will apply for the first checked bag and $25.00 for a second checked bag per person. Each checked bag weighing over 50 pounds will be assessed a fee of $50 in addition to the checked bag fee. Dates of the advertised flights are subject to change in accordance with regulatory requirements. Cancellation is subject to administrative fee when permitted by regulatory requirements.

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April
2

College of the Ozarks
Point Lookout, MO 65726
(417) 690-2212
For More Information
Elizabeth Andrews Hughes
Public Relations Director

School of the OzarksAdministrators of School of the Ozarks, a college preparatory lab school of College of the Ozarks, will present information about the School’s mission and vision, curriculum and activities, cost, and much more at a Town Hall meeting scheduled for April 16 at 7 p.m. in the Royal Oak Forum of The Keeter Center. All interested families and community members are encouraged to attend.

“Over the past months, we have received many calls from families eager to learn more about School of the Ozarks,” said Dean of Character Education Dr. Sue Head, who has been instrumental in the School’s planning. “One item that we will cover in the Town Hall meeting is that families will be charged no tuition for students. The opportunity to send your children here for $0 in tuition is sure to excite many parents.”

College of the Ozarks, a four-year Christian work college, has operated with a work for education philosophy since its founding in 1906. “School of the Ozarks will closely mirror the College’s mission and vision,” said C of O President Jerry C. Davis. “It will offer deserving youth a chance for a quality, Christian secondary education without the burden of tuition cost. Instead, it will require them to invest a little sweat equity into their education.”

The meeting also will provide information on incidental fees, as well as scholarship opportunities available for those who financially qualify.

Dr. Head, along with the School’s Headmaster Mr. Brad Dolloff, will provide an overview of the School’s mission and vision, its integrated college preparatory curriculum and activities, and information pertaining to policies, uniforms, and applications. Additionally, new S of O faculty will be introduced.

“Our [S of O] students will not only have a rigorous academic program that will thoroughly prepare them for college, they also will be equipped for the collision points of faith and culture,” explains Mr. Dolloff. “At the meeting, we will provide a sneak peek of how this will be accomplished through the integration of history, literature, and a Christian worldview.”

A question and answer session will conclude the meeting. Following the meeting, parents will have the opportunity to pick up an application form and enjoy a reception.

For information on School of the Ozarks or the April 16 Town Hall meeting, please contact The Keeter Center for Character Education, (417) 690-2242.

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