Chattanooga Sports Committee Membership

The Chattanooga Sports Committee is a Tennessee 501-C3 non for profit organization dedicated to maximizing sports tourism activity within the Chattanooga region. We focus on creating, capturing and cultivating sporting events that have economic and social impact on our community. Even though we focus on our vision to help us accomplish our mission, we also strive to connect individuals, small businesses and local corporations to our sports industry.

          

The CSC believes in mutually beneficial relationships. These relationships are pertinent to the successful growth of sports within our region. We will always work hard to maintain our relationships and relevancy to our membership and our community. Your tax deductible membership will help define Chattanooga as a sports destination, which will in turn create increased economic and social benefits through sports tourism. If you are a believer in sport, become a CSC member!

CSC Client Quotes

"Throughout the entire process of selecting Chattanooga as a new host city, the Chattanooga Sports Committee adeptly showcased the region's venues and assets, exhibited effective leadership in corralling the city's enthusiasm for IRONMAN and demonstrated a comprehensive understanding of our needs. Even after the race was announced and went on sale, the Chattanooga Sports Committee continued to be a valuable resource for us in the community."
– Steve Meckfessel, Managing Director of IRONMAN Global Operations

"The Chattanooga Sports Committee has really stepped up to the plate in supporting Chattanooga ASA softball with tournament bids, business community outreach and partnering with the City of Chattanooga.  Tim and his staff have been invaluable and essential to the growth of fast pitch events in Chattanooga.  For a number of consecutive years the Sports Committee has hit a home run in the softball market."
– Kimberly Swafford, Tennessee ASA Coordinator & Chattanooga Sports Committee Individual Member


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