Ken Moody Productions is bringing Everything Outdoors to the Knoxville Civic Coliseum.
The Great Smoky Mountains Outdoor Expo is an all outdoors show featuring activities, entertainment, destinations, products and Non-Profits from a wide variety of outdoor related businesses. EVERYTHING OUTDOORS, from camping and fishing, hunting and hiking, kayaking and biking, 4 wheeling, and more will all be at the Expo Saturday and Sunday, January 21st and 22nd.
River Sports Outfitters and Gage Models & Talent Agency are sponsoring Fashion Shows both days at 1:30pm. River Sports Outfitters will be showcasing their outerwear and the latest in their high tech gear offerings, as well as exhibiting kayaks, paddle boards, Yeti and a treasure trove of various gear.
Raised At Full Draw is a Non-Profit organization that is directed toward those interested in learning more about archery hunting. They are bringing an interactive 3D Archery exhibit that can be enjoyed by anyone at any skill level. A climbing corner will be erected to test your skills or inspire a brand new passion! Jack Pine Lumberjacks will be demonstrating their time honored craft throughout the weekend.
The Fly Fishing Museum of Southern Appalachia, Ijams Nature Center, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will all be in attendance to introduce their offerings to the public and to educate everyone on the importance of conserving our natural resources and wildlife.
The Great Smoky Mountains Outdoor Expo will be held at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum, located at 500 Howard Baker Jr. Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37915 this January 21st & 22nd, 2017. Show hours are Saturday, 10am-6pm & Sunday, 10am-4pm. Tickets are $12 at the door, kids 12 and under are FREE.
Ken Moody Productions’ mission is to get families outdoors enjoying nature and being good stewards of the environment. Ken stated, “Families that enjoy nature together are proven to be healthier and happier. Get the kids away from their devices and plugged into the wonderful natural world around us. We are so lucky to live in East Tennessee, with an abundance of opportunities to take advantage of. I hope the Great Smoky Mountains Outdoor Expo will give options to our community that they are perhaps unaware of. Of course, bringing awareness to so many local businesses is a win for the community, the exhibitors, and our local economy.” Ken has been a nature lover and sportsman his entire life, calling Tennessee his home for the last 25 years, after retiring from the Army. He’s traveled the world and thinks that East Tennessee is hands down the most beautiful place to explore and adventure.