The Natchez Democrat, the daily newspaper in the Mississippi lunch stop city on the Great Race on Friday, June 28, had a nice article last week on the event. Natchez, for those of you who have not been there, is full of Antebellum homes and the historic downtown sits high on top of the bluffs overlooking the river. Lunch for the racers will be in the park on the banks, which will provide probably the best view of the river on the entire race.
To read what the Natchez newspaper wrote, click this link: Natchez Democrat Article
2 comments about “Great Race in the Natchez News!”
Great article!!! I’ve lived in Mississippi most of my 68 years and Rita and I go to Natchez quite often. There are several cities in Mississippi that stand out as great places to visit but I think Natchez should be at the top of the list. The beautiful Natchez Trace leads right into the city to set the stage for a variety of historic and diverse experiences. I’m really glad the Race is coming through Mississippi this year. Thanks Kirk Hill.
Seems like every town is going all out for GREATRACE, can’t wait!