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South Jackson Civic Association

was formed in 1977 to “Save South Jackson”, a grass-roots effort to halt the destruction of the South Jackson School. Nestled in the core of the building is Tullahoma’s first public school built in 1886. We opened our doors as the South Jackson Civic Center in January, 1979 with our first performance. South Jackson Civic Association has operated for the past thirty years as a presenting organization, museum, and community resource serving the Middle Tennessee counties of Coffee, Moore, Franklin, Bedford, and Warren. The Civic Center contains rehearsal facilities, conference and meeting rooms, a 400-seat auditorium, full stage with proscenium arch and a local history museum.

ARTS ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY REPORT

(Audience Participation in Events Held in Tullahoma at Arts and Culture Related Events)

The Economic Impact of Non-Profit Arts and Cultural Organizations and Their Audiences in The City of Tullahoma

(Fiscal Year 2015 – 2016)

DIRECT  ECONOMIC ACTIVITY

Arts and Cultural Organizations Spent:  $610,715

Arts and Cultural Audiences Spent:  $457,871

Total Spent in Tullahoma:  $1,068,586

ECONOMIC IMPACT OF SPENDING ON LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT

Revenue Generated to Local Government:  $31,000

Revenue Generated to State Government:  $54,000

Total # of Residents who Spent Money on Arts and Culture:  32,776

Total # of Non Residents who Spent Money on Arts and Culture:  4,343

Total Event Related Spending in the City for Residents (Does not include ticket price):  $386,429

Total Event Related Spending in the City for Non Residents (Does not include ticket price):  $71,442

View full report here TN_CityOfTullahoma_AEP5_OnePageSummary