2ND ANNUAL MONTGOMERY COUNTY MAYOR’S CUP GOLF TOURAMENT BECOMING A POPULAR ANNUAL EVENT
Front Row – Kimberly Wiggins, Two Rivers Company Marketing & Promotions Committee Chairman Stacey Streetman, Two Rivers Company Executive Director Norman Quirion, Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett, Amanda Dusenberry, Charlie Koon, Karol Hart, Jamie McAdaragh
Second Row – Lucas Chambers, Sabrina Torres, Jeff Truitt, Michelle Newell, Two Rivers Company Deputy Executive Director Deanna McLaughlin
CLARKSVILLE, TN – Amanda Dusenberry from Veterans United Home Loans along with members of the Two Rivers Company Marketing and Promotions Committee presented a check in the amount of $53,557.39 to Two Rivers Company Executive Director Norman Quirion and Two Rivers Company Board President Charlie Koon.
The check is from the money raised from Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett’s 2nd Annual Montgomery County Mayor’s Cup Golf Tournament which took place on July 13, 2018 at the Clarksville Country Club. Mayor Durrett hosted the event that was title sponsored by Veterans United Home Loans. The purpose of the event was to raise funds for Two Rivers Company. The funds will be used to continue the Two Rivers Company mission of attracting, retaining, and promoting investment that stimulates economic growth and enhances quality living within Clarksville’s Downtown and Riverfront areas.
Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett welcomed 26 teams sponsored from: Austin Peay State University, B.R. Miller Company, DBS & Associates Engineering, Re-Elect Jim Durrett County Mayor, F&M Bank, First Advantage Bank, Fortera Credit Union, Hadley Rentals, Hand Family Companies (Budweiser of Clarksville), Hodgson Douglas, HomeTown Lenders, Jenkins & Wynne Ford Lincoln Honda, Rufus Johnson & Associates/Convergence Design, LG Electronics of Clarksville, Legends Bank, Line-X of Clarksville, Lyle Cook Martin Architects,
Mann Smith Cummings Insurance, McReynolds Nave Larson Funeral Home, Morgan Contractors, SERVPRO of Montgomery County, and Veterans United Home Loans.
“It is exciting to see how much this event has grown in just one year. I would like to thank Mayor Durrett for supporting and believing in the work and mission of the Two Rivers Company and the businesses who supported this event along with the Two Rivers Company Marketing and Promotions Committee”, stated Norman Quirion, Two Rivers Company Executive Director.
Additional support for this event came from Ajax Distributing, Austin Peay State University, Blackhorse Pub, Clarksville Foundry, Cumberland Bank & Trust, Dex Imaging, Elliott’s Jewelers, F&M Bank, Fortera Credit Union, Heritage Bank, HomeTown Lenders, Hot Pita, Isabella Sophia Salon, James Corlew Chevrolet, Journey’s Eye Studio, Krueckeberg Exclusive Homes, LG Electronics of Clarksville, Lusso Granite, McReynolds Nave Larson Funeral Home, Old Glory Distilling Company, Planters Bank, Planters Mortgage, Q Realty, Regions Bank, Roux Americajun, Strawberry Alley Ale Works, US Bank, and Wiggins for County Trustee, and the TRC Marketing Committee.
The top three teams received cash prizes donated by LG Electronics, the First Place team in turn donated their cash prize to the Two Rivers Company.
First Place Team – Durrett for Mayor: Brian Barger, Mark Blaze, DJ Keal, and Jeff Truitt
Second Place Team – Austin Peay State University: Jim Cherry, Jordan Harmon, Bradley Jackson, Robby Wedemeyer
Third Place Team – Hand Family Companies Budweiser of Clarksville: Travis Beech, Chris Davis, Nathan Gass, and John Sewell
Closest to the Hole Winner – Charlie Koon won a ladies 14 kt white gold contemporary design pendant set with 4 square cut genuine Sapphires that are surrounded with genuine full cut round diamonds on a 14 kt white gold rope chain donated by Elliott’s Jewelers.
Longest Drive – Ean Davis won a LG Washer and Dryer provided by LG Electronics of Clarksville
To find out more about Two Rivers Company and how to become involved visit tworiverscompany.com or call 931-245-3700.
Pictured: Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett and Amanda Dusenberry
Pictured: Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett and Norman Quirion