Power T Skillet a Top-Selling Item at Dollywood

Mountain Laurel HOME has been a fantastic addition to Dollywood this season. My HGTV-lovin’ heart adores the farmhouse décor and practical home goods, but I’m not the only one who approves of the new store. When Mountain Laurel HOME opened, one thing guests told us was that they loved being able to buy Lodge products there. It’s no surprise that a lot of the same people who appreciate Dollywood’s southern-themed food also enjoy a home-cooked meal.

One of the shop’s hottest-selling items right now is a new product Lodge just introduced: the Power T Skillet. It’s an officially-licensed logo and even bears a checkerboard pattern. Volunteer fans, rejoice! Your cookware can have as much spirit as you do! For those who are not familiar with Tennessee fandom, the Power T is the official logo for the University of Tennessee Athletics Department.

This skillet hasn’t been available for very long, but it’s very popular. We’ve already had multiple shipments because they continue to sell out. I have good news for you: I spoke with the kind hosts at Mountain Laurel HOME and they told me with the last shipment they received, they should be stocked with Power T cast iron skillets for a while now.

I have even more good news: you can buy this product at Dollywood for a deal! I looked up the University of Tennessee Skillet online and its retail value is $37. You can buy it at Mountain Laurel HOME at Dollywood for $32.99 AND you can use your Gold Pass discount, if you have a Gold Pass.

I’ll leave you with three tips that I think you will find helpful:

  1. ) Mountain Laurel HOME is located in Rivertown Junction, across from Aunt Granny’s Restaurant.
  2. ) Utilize package pick-up so you don’t have to lug around a heavy skillet all day. It’s a free service!
  3. ) You can find all sorts of great Lodge products and accessories. I [naturally] love the Dollywood skillet.

By | 2018-09-10T17:24:40+00:00 September 10th, 2018|Community|0 Comments

About the Author:

Amber Davis is in the thick of navigating life as a working mom. She regularly balances meetings and tantrums —from her children, not coworkers. Growing up in Knoxville, Amber visited Dollywood and Sevier County often and now loves to share the same experiences with her own young family. Read More!
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