KNOXVILLE, TN (Nov. 20, 2020) – If you are planning on doing some holiday shopping at the Outlets in Sevier County or take your out-of-town Thanksgiving guests on a tour to enjoy Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg this Saturday, Nov. 21st, you might want to reconsider or postpone for a later date.
Holiday travel and shopping in East Tennessee from Chattanooga to Sevierville, TN will be impacted by the Trump Train car parade this Saturday, Nov. 21st for most of the day.
The route from Chattanooga to Sevierville (I-75N to I-40 E) plans to gain steam by picking-up Trump supporters in Knoxville and cities along the way.
The plan is to convene at a location in Sevier County around noon for a meeting and prayer before slowly parading through Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.
Stops and breaks will be at McDonald’s & Long John Silver’s fast-food locations in Pigeon Forge, and at Sugarland’s Brewery visitor’s center. From there, the car parade will reverse course for a slowly paced return trip through Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge where participants plan to congregate for a meal at the Texas Roadhouse.
EDITOR’S NOTE: McDonald’s, Long John Silver’s, and Texas Roadhouse are franchised and independently owned. Actions of independent franchisees do not represent the position of the brand or the political position of other locations in East Tennessee, locally or nationwide.