Currently Clinch River Adventures offers tubing floats, and Terri hopes to expand into canoeing, kayaking and dependable shuttle services. And her business is directly tied to St. Paul’s economic restructuring strategy and the regional Clinch River Valley Initiative strategies.
“I’m fortunate to have strong community support, and in turn, I’ve got community-building strategies in my business plan,” says Terri. Because we’re located at a community park, we’re already using the park to provide free events such as outdoor movies and activities as a way to really make our business a part of the action.”
You can be part of the action by visiting the Clinch River Adventure’s website for information on upcoming events.