Dolly Parton wants to provide one lucky winner, and three guests, a once-in-a-lifetime getaway to the Great Smoky Mountains, which includes a tour of her own Tennessee mountain home, by providing chances to win the "Coat of Many Colors" sweepstakes.
In celebration of NBC's TV movie, "Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors," the superstar is inviting everyone to enter the "Coat of Many Colors" sweepstakes for a chance to win a tour of the home she grew up in, four season passes to Dollywood, one DreamMore Resort prize package (room accommodates four guests), complete Imagination Library book set, "Coat of Many Colors" merchandise prize package, $1,000 pre-paid gift card and four tickets with a cast meet-and-greet to Dixie Stampede and Lumberjack Adventure.
To enter the "Coat of Many Colors" sweepstakes, visit movies.dollyparton.com.
Additional ways to enter "Coat of Many Colors" sweepstakes include:
Share Your Story: During the sweepstakes period, visit the website and click the link to share your story describing what Dolly's song and/or movie, "Coat of Many Colors," means to you. ("Story Entry"). Limit one story entry per person.
Refer-A-Friend: Earn additional entries into the sweepstakes after completing the entry form by using the referral link on social media or by emailing the referral link to friends for them to enter. (Limit: 25 refer-a-friend entries per person)
Twitter: Tweet about "Coat of Many Colors" using the hashtag #CoatSweepstakes (Limit: one Twitter entry per person)
Instagram: Post a photo on Instagram of your favorite memory using the hashtag #CoatSweepstakes. (Limit: one Instagram entry per person)
For official rules and eligibility, visit movies.dollyparton.com.
Parton will make several appearances to promote the TV movie, which is based on the Country Music Hall of Famer's 1971 autobiographical hit:
"Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors" premieres Thursday, Dec. 10 (9 p.m. EST/8 p.m. CST), on NBC. The upcoming primetime special was inspired by a series of events Parton endured when she was 9 years old growing up in the Great Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee.