DON’T MISS ALL THE FUN AND EXCITEMENT of the 42nd Super Pull of the South in Chapel Hill, TN, on July 20 and 21!
Watch powerful tractors battle on the track for more than $100,000 in prize money and rankings on the National Tractor Pullers Association (NTPA) championship circuit.
Young and old will also enjoy the Touchstone Energy tethered, hot-air balloon rides, which begin after the balloon raises the U.S. flag during singing of the National Anthem.
In addition to Duck River EMC being there, other member-owned electric cooperatives and the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association take an active role in supporting the event.
Touchstone Energy and Duck River EMC are major sponsors again this year. The electric cooperatives will send more than 50 employee volunteers to work at the Touchstone Energy Cooperative tent for the two-day event which features games, giveaways, energy-saving advice and many great door prizes.
“The Super Pull is an event that’s a favorite of electric cooperative members in Tennessee and across the South,” says DREMC President and CEO Michael Watson. “Being involved with the tractor pull allows us to engage thousands of fans, who are also our members. Not only do we supply them with reliable and aﬀordable electricity, but electric cooperatives strive to support the communities where their members live and work. We’re proud to be part of this event.”
The Chapel Hill Lions Club uses proceeds from the tractor pull for sight-conservation projects and community improvement. The two nights of the NTPA-sanctioned competition draws approximately 21,000 attendees each year.