1. Shots of the Mobile Graceland driving down the road
2. Mobile Graceland pulling up in front of Harrah's
3. Various shots of exhibit
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jack Soden, CEO Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc:
"Mobile Graceland is, I suppose, an idea that's been with us a long time and just pulling all the elements, the right elements, at the right time together to do it, is what I think we're so excited about. We put together this totally unique, very special collection of artifacts in this very special environment, this rolling Graceland."
5. Shots of the Mobile Graceland driving down the road
For the next few months, Elvis fans in the US won't have to travel to Memphis to visit Graceland.
For lucky fans in more than 30 American cities, Graceland will be coming to them.
To mark the 25th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death, Elvis Presley Enterprises has launched Mobile Graceland, a travelling exhibit that will take the King's music, memorabilia and memories to locations across the country.
The collection is housed in a modern 53-foot-long, 18-wheel truck, containing jewelry, clothing, instruments and other artifacts as unique as the man who owned them.
Visitors will see a record player Elvis kept in his bedroom at Graceland, a telegram Elvis sent to the Beatles, and a US Army jacket he gave to his future bride Priscilla.
The exhibit also includes rarely seen archival photographs, four listening and viewing stations where fans can enjoy samples of Elvis's work and a retail area with limited edition merchandise.
Mobile Graceland debuts at Graceland in Memphis on August 12 and will travel to 31 cities before the tour ends on December 15 in Las Vegas.