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Saturday June 10, 2017 - General Admission 8:30am - 5:30pm (VIP ENTRY AT 7:30am)
Sunday June 11, 2017 - General Admission 8:30am - 5:30pm (VIP ENTRY AT 7:30am)

The Bullseye Preparedness & Outdoors Expo is a targeted market tradeshow open to the public allowing preparedness and outdoors vendors and exhibitors of multiple varieties the opportunity to connect directly with consumers in order to facilitate commerce, launch new product lines, gather feedback, and network with industry peers.  In addition; vendors and exhibitors will be offering a variety of presentations, demonstrations, and classes to attendees, many of which are offered at no additional cost. 

Sevier County Emergency Management Agency Communications Officer Todd Spence will be hosting a special presentation on the recent wildfire that swept through Gatlinburg and the surrounding areas in late November 2016 titled “What We Learned” on both June 10 and June 11.

Tickets for the weekend long event will be available at the door on both days for $10.00 +tax – children enter free with adult supervision.  Veterans and Active Duty Military enter free with identification.  Discounted tickets are available for presale at www.bullseyeexpo.com

Bullseye Preparedness & Outdoors Expo is dedicated to providing vendors, exhibitors, and attendees a safe, family friendly environment conducive to the expansion of knowledge, promotion of quality products and services, and fostering the spirit of connecting with the outdoors.  

  • Attendees should be aware that while most vendors will be able to take card payments at their tables and will gladly do so;  they pay a per transaction fee out of their profits to be able to accept that form of payment for your convenience.  Our Exhibitors and Vendors are important to us and every little bit helps these days, please consider visiting the ATM outside the Convention Center entrance to retrieve cash to complete purchases.  Without our Exhibitors and Vendors; these shows would not exist.