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2022 Tennessee State Guard Annual Banquet – Manchester Coffee County Conference

January 15 @ 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm CST

$55
2022 Tennessee State Guard Annual Banquet - Manchester Coffee County Conference
2022 Tennessee State Guard Annual Banquet. A celebration of accomplishment in the service of our state.

 

  NO TICKETS AT THE DOOR   ********* TICKETS END 31 DECEMBER 2021

Tickets for the Annual Banquet can now be had by following the Tickets link and making your reservation. Select the number of tickets you wish to get, and you can purchase with a credit card.

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The 2022 Tennessee State Guard Annual Banquet is an opportunity for TNSG volunteers to come together with their families and celebrate a year of unprecedented accomplishments and look forward to a new year of support for our sister organization, the Tennessee National Guard. It is a way for the TNSG and the Military Department leadership to thank all of our selfless volunteers and their families for their great service and sacrifice to our beloved State.

The proceeds from this event go to the Tennessee State Guard Foundation to enhance our ability to purchase resources needed for our duty that the NG could not fund, like Pactor Modems and ACU uniform items.

Please use the phone number below for booking your hotel room. The Holiday Inn Express Manchester is actually physically connected to the Manchester Conference Center. We have set aside a block of rooms at a discounted rate of $96.00/night plus taxes, for those traveling to the event. First come, first serve.

Make hotel reservations at: 931-728-9383  Please let them know you are with the TNSG group. You can also follow the link to the Holiday Inn Express and book online at Holiday Inn Express Link. Select 15 January 2022 as your stay date, and the correct rate will display when you search for your room.

Our theme is “Semper Paratus”.  This slogan, latin for “Always Ready”, is typical of our history. Our readiness and ability to quickly respond when called upon, as well as our drive to make things happen, even in the most challenging situations like this year’s COVID and Waverly/McKewen missions, are what produce our great results. Therefore, we keep our unbreakable bond with each other in the tradition of the original Tennessee Volunteers who crossed at Sycamore Shoals and went on to defeat the British at King’s Mountain. We also unite in spirit with the Tennessee volunteers led by Davy Crockett, who held Santa Ana’s Mexican army at bay for 13 days at the Alamo and died giving Sam Houston the time he needed to prepare the troops for victory later on at San Jacinto.

We are called to be the last line of defense for Tennesseans and we proudly rise up to the challenge. Semper Paratus !!!!!

Enjoy the banquet. This is yours!

Chago Santiago, Brigadier General

Commanding

** Contact MAJ Steven Estes if you have questions: [email protected]