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The Career Of Dan Del Piano Turns Its Attention To An Elvis Resort

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An Elvis Resort Is The Next Step In The Career Of Daniel Del Piano



Daniel Del Piano is the consummate success story, having created successful enterprises in many diverse areas over the course of his career. Dan Del Piano is now bringing his skill and expertise to his latest venture, the foundation of a luxury resort dedicated to Elvis!

A Mississippi Ranch Gives Dan Del Piano The Vision For His Resort

One of the career interests of Daniel Del Piano has always been real estate. It was this interest that enabled Dan Del Piano to discover a 794-acre location in a town in Mississippi. What Daniel Del Piano learned about this property was that in 1967, Elvis Presley had bought 155 acres of it - a ranch that he could use as an alternate home when life at Graceland, with its popularity as a tourist site, got to be overwhelming. After Elvis' death, Dan Del Piano learned, the ranch began to draw thousands of fans each year, fans who wanted one more way to pay tribute to the legendary musician.

Daniel Del Piano Sets The Wheels In Motion, And The Elvis Presley Ranch Is Born

When Dan Del Piano learned about the attention the 155-acre ranch owned by Elvis was getting, he saw the potential for something great. Daniel Del Piano decided he would use that location to build a resort that would give Elvis fans a wonderful place to remember the music legend. In early 2012, Dan Del Piano hopes to have ready the first phase of this new resort, The Elvis Presley Ranch.

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