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September 18, 2013

Clarksville Parks & Recreation kicks off the “Walk with Me Tennessee” program

Walk your way to health and prizes this fall and winter with the Walk with Me Tennessee Program and the Clarksville Parks & Recreation Department. The Walk with Me Tennessee walking program challenges Clarksvillians to walk across the state using a series of challenges featuring trails in Clarksville.

Participating in this program is easy; just create a free account on and you are set to begin completing challenges listed on the Health Walkers website!  The first participant to report completion of each challenge during the designated challenge period will receive a Walk with Me Tennessee prize pack.  For each challenge completed, participant’s names will be entered into a drawing for a grand prize at the end of the 12-week session.  The more challenges completed, the more chances to win!  The first participant to report completion of each challenge during the designated challenge period will also receive a Walk with Me Tennessee prize pack.  To be eligible for prize winning, participants must track their progress through and must live in the following zip codes: 37040, 37041, 37042, 37043 or 37044.

All participants in the Walk with Me Tennessee program will receive one free year’s use of the Health Walkers website and an easy way to track your walking progress and stay motivated!

Walk with Me Tennessee will kick off on Tuesday, October 1 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Clarksville Greenway’s Pollard Road Trailhead, located at 1101 Pollard Road.  The kick-off event will feature a variety of booths from outdoor-related businesses and organizations as well as a group walk with Mayor Kim McMillan.  This event will begin the first of two 12-week sessions of the program.  The first will run October 1 through December 17 and the second through March 11, 2014 through May 2, 2014.

For more details on the Walk with Me Tennessee Program, please contact the Clarksville Parks and Recreation at 931-645-7476 or visit

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