Music City Sporting Clays Tournament in Association with Kids & Clays Foundation
Join us for a day of fun and competitive clay shooting as we aim to support families of critically ill children!
The 2nd Annual Music City Sporting Clays Tournament in association with the Kids & Clays Foundation will be held on Friday, October 27th, 2017. The tournament will be hosted at the Nashville Gun Club and participants will enjoy a 100-Bird course specially designed for the recreational fun shooter. Registration includes ammunition, 100 targets, exclusive shooter gift, a delicious lunch, bottomless beverages and a cocktail/awards reception with a BBQ dinner. Featured activities include a fabulous silent auction with close to 100 items/experiences, exploding targets, a Huntsman Wobble Game, as well as side events featuring flurry shots with all of your favorite game birds!
Registration and sponsorships are available here and they include:
- $ 3,000-10,000 Named Sponsorships
- $ 1,500 Bronze/Transportation Sponsor, Beverage Sponsor, Lunch Sponsor and Clays Sponsor
- $ 1,500 Squad of 5 Shooters
- $ 1,000 Goody Bag Sponsor or Side Events Sponsor
- $ 750 Station Buddy Sponsor
- $ 300 Individual Shooter
- $ 250 Stand Sponsor
Already registered? Registration begins at 11:30 a.m., the silent auction, lunch, and Huntsman Wobble Game begin at noon, and we will have a 1:30pm shot-gun start. The Cocktail Reception will begin immediately after the tournament. Please direct any questions to Amy Southard (email@example.com or 615-343-4000).
Thank you to our generous Silver Sponsors:
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The Inaugural Music City Sporting Clays Tournament in association with the Kids & Clays Foundation was held on October 28, 2016 at the Nashville Gun Club. We want to thank our Silver Sponsors, Jones Bros. and Thompson CAT, as well as all of our participants. The Music City Sporting Clays Tournament raised money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville to ensure another year of providing a place to keep families and their sick children together during a critical time in their lives.
Click here for the story from WKRN: http://wkrn.com/2016/10/28/shooting-tournament-benefits-ronald-mcdonald-house/