Visit June 2024 Clarksville Reports Sporting Extravaganza Brings $1.6 Million in Revenue to Clarksville – Clarksville Online

Visit Clarksville TennesseeClarksville, TN – Clarksville will host two major sporting events in June 2024. The events are expected to have a combined attendance of $1.6 million from more than 4,600 participants and spectators.

The United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) returns to Clarksville June 1-2 for the Rocky Top Salute the Troops baseball tournament at RichEllen Park. The tournament expects 1,050 participants and a total number of visitors of 3,775. USSSA’s mission is to provide a competitive environment for children nationwide, with an emphasis on child safety.

The 6th annual Night Stalker & Legion Memorial Shoot returns to Cross Creek Clays June 14-16. The event honors fallen members of both the Night Stalkers and the 5th Special Forces Group, with each shooting station dedicated to a fallen member of the units. The event is expected to have 250 participants and a total of 845 attendees. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Night Stalker Association. The mission of the NSA is to assist Night Stalkers, valuable members, their widows and orphans through loans and/or grants, camaraderie and personal assistance.

“We are always honored that events return to Clarksville year after year,” said Jerry Allbert, chairman of Visit Clarksville. “Our team and community partners work hard all year round to ensure all visitors have a first-class experience during their time here, resulting in successful partnerships like this.”

About Visit Clarksville

Visit Clarksville is the destination marketing organization for Clarksville-Montgomery County. Its mission is to positively impact tourism in the area by promoting tourist attractions, organizing conferences and group tours, and undertaking large-scale marketing efforts.

In 2015, the tourism organization adopted the Visit Clarksville brand. They are funded by a portion of the province’s lodging tax. In 2022, domestic tourism spending in Montgomery County totaled more than $371 million.