Austin Peay State University
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Both pageants will be held at Austin Peay State University's Music and Mass Communications Building. "We're very happy to have the Miss Tennessee USA organization back for another year," said Theresa Harrington, executive director of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Over 100 delegates and nearly 1,200 family and friends are expected for both pageants - visitors that will spend an estimated $305,500 on lodging, meals and transportation while they're here.
Applications for both pageants are still being accepted. For more information contact the Miss Tennessee USA pageant office at 615.891.0557.