Spring Hill, TN., - Spring Hill Real Estate Agent David Miller has earned the reputation as the scariest Realtor in Middle Tennessee, and he plans to uphold that reputation this Halloween as he gears up to open his Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods for a third season.
This October, Miller will remain a Realtor by day but will scare up a very different kind of business when the sun goes down.
"Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods is geared up for another Halloween season of scares, and we're very excited about opening night!" said Miller. "During our 12 night run, we will create an atmosphere that's both frightening and fun with concessions, a warm burning campfire and high energy music to get everyone's heart pumping before entering the unknown creations in the woods."
Last year, Millers Thrillers had over 2,900 customers visit the haunted woods including locals and hundreds of others driving in from Nashville and surrounding cities.
"We had a successful turnout last year with lots of great customer feedback," said Miller. "We gave locals a reason not to drive to Nashville for a good spook and had many folks drive in from Nashville. This year, we've heard even more people talking about driving in from Nashville and other areas because they've heard about our unique experience."
Miller says he's ready for business and has invested time and money to become far more experienced and knowledgeable about how to scare people out of their wits. The same kind of hard work and dedication Miller puts into his daily real estate business has also been invested into his Haunted Woods.
"Once again this March, my team attended the International Haunt Convention in St. Louis where we took classes, spent time with vendors and got to visit with other haunted house owners," said Miller. "People were excited to share the latest tricks and what works for their haunted homes, and we'll be showcasing several of those new ideas in this year's haunt."
Miller adds, "I hate to ruin the surprise in our new scenes, but I can promise it will be things people have never seen at any other Middle Tennessee haunts!"
The main haunt leads people on an unguided outdoor trial through woods and swampland. After a while, thrill seekers will enter a maze of trails with several of them making circles or having a dead end. People will then come to a giant maze made of plastic walls that they can actually walk through.
"It's all kind of tough to describe, but there will be lots of new treats for our customers this year," said David. "If they make it through to the end of the maze; they'll enter the barn of terror. Words can't really describe what you're in store for - you just have to come out and be ready to be terrified."
More About Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods
Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods will open up for the 2010 haunting season on Friday, October 1st and will be open every Friday and Saturday in October and on Sunday, October 24th and Sunday, October 31st. The haunted woods will operate from 7pm until 11pm each night.
Admission to the haunted woods is only $10 and the entire experience can last between 30-45 minutes. Free tickets will be given away on several Nashville radio stations including the Big 98, 101.1 the beat, 107.5 the river and 105.9 the rock. Most every customer who attends Millers Thrillers will receive a coupon for free or discounted food from Buffalo Wild Wings of Spring Hill.
On October 23rd and 30th from 6-7pm, Millers Thrillers will have a special kids night. Parents may bring their children for a less spooky trail experience for younger kids before it gets dark. Each parent who brings a young child can get a ticket for themselves at half price.
On October 24th from 7-10pm, Millers Thrillers will have a group discount night. Church groups and any other group of 10 or more people will receive tickets at a good discount.
Millers Thrillers Haunted Woods is located off Highway 31 at 2499 Greens Mill Road in North Columbia. The woods are just south of Spring Hill High School and 5 miles north of Columbia.
Visit Millers Thrillers Facebook page and become a fan for updates on discounts, rain delays and all news from the haunted woods.
For rules, frequently asked questions, to contact Miller's Thrillers and for more information go to http://www.millersthrillers.net.
More About Crye-Leike Agent David Miller
Real Estate Agent David Miller is a licensed Realtor in Tennessee based out of Crye-Leike's Spring Hill office located at 5407 Main Street. He works with buyers and sellers in and around Maury and Williamson counties specializing in all types of residential real estate sales.
Miller has his professional real estate designation as an Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), and he is a member of the Williamson County Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.
In 2009, Miller ranked in the top 30 agents of all Crye-Leike's Middle Tennessee Realtors. He was also named the 2009 top agent for Crye-Leike's Spring Hill office and currently remains in that spot for 2010. Miller lives in the Spring Hill area and is currently serving a three year term on the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
For all your real estate needs or personal referrals, please contact Crye-Leike Agent David Miller directly by phone at 931-698-1664 and you can email him at email@example.com. Find David on the web at www.thedavidmiller.com.
More About Crye-Leike, REALTORS
Harold Crye and Dick Leike established Crye-Leike, REALTORS in 1977. Today, Crye-Leike?, the nation's 6th largest real estate company, has a network of more than 3,600 licensed sales associates based out of 130 corporate and franchise offices located through-out the nine-state southern region of Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina and Oklahoma.
Crye-Leike is a full-service real estate company offering buyers and sellers services in: residential and commercial sales, mortgage, title, insurance, business brokerage and investments, property management, development and construction, builder resources, REO bank-owned properties, relocation, auctions, and home services. In 2009, Crye-Leike attained a sales volume in excess of $3.9 billion with 24,983 homes sold. More information is available at http://www.crye-leike.com.
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