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June 28, 2013

Fright on Franklin accepting booth applications online

The TOA staffers step out for the night, but who's gonna set HIS bones??

The City of Clarksville would like to invite local businesses and organizations to participate in this year’s 5th Annual Fright on Franklin event, scheduled for Saturday, October 26, 2013, in historic downtown Clarksville.

Fright on Franklin, sponsored by Altra Federal Credit Union, is an award-winning event for adults and kids of all ages and features safe trick-or-treating, costume contests, and much more! Last year’s free event brought over 5,000 people and we would love for your business or organization to be a part of it.

For those interested in participating, a free booth space including a 10×10 tent, 8’ table and 2 chairs will be provided.  All we ask of you is to decorate your booth space and provide goodies for trick-or-treaters beginning at 3 p.m. A moderate estimate for the number of goodies needed per booth: 3,000 pieces.

We encourage all participating booths to have fun with their space, to dress up, or even decorate with a theme. Prizes will be awarded to the top three best decorated booths! Advertisement handouts are allowed, however, booths may not sell items.

Once again, the Mayor’s Fitness Council will be recognizing participating booths by marking them with their logo. From those recognized, one booth will receive an award for “Best Healthy Option”.

Clrksvlparks&rec-topspot-color logo_image001If your business or organization is interested, fill out the online form at Booth space is limited with only 70 booths available.  Spaces will fill up quickly; reserve your free booth today!

For a more information, please visit the Clarksville Parks & Recreation office or call 931-645-7476.

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