Liquor licensing obtained for indoor luxury hotel water park

Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, which has over 2,888 rooms and is the largest non-casino hotel in United States, established a four acre, $90 million dollar indoor luxury water park at the hotel.

Waller's Alcoholic Beverage team led liquor licensing for the water park. It was Tennessee's first theme park to have alcoholic beverage service throughout the facility.

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