Sunday, June 18, 2017

Annual PLTL Membership Drive

Come Join Us!

For 11 years now the Paris Landing Tourism League (PLTL) has been encouraging and promoting tourism which helps supports businesses in the Paris Landing community and Henry County.  Through its members, the PLTL has provided assistance, advice, direction, volunteers and donations to events that bring visitors to our community.  We strive to encourage new events and offer assistance however we can.

Over the years we have been proud and happy to assist/participate in/ support or sponsor the following events.
Annual Paris Landing Fire Department Easter Egg Hunt, Tournament "Dodgeball", Catfish Quest Tournament, Car Show, West Tennessee Open Golf Tournament, Annual Boss Hoss BBQ Cook Off, Annual Ferry STOC Motor Cycle Ride, Wounded Warriors Bass Tournament, Sealey's Outdoor Big Bass Splash, Annual Paul Steele / Johnny Johnson Memorial Bass Tournament, Tour de Paris Landing Bike Race, Henry County Fair BBQ Cook Off, Downtown Paris BBQ Cook Off, Downtown Paris Christmas Parade, Annual Bass Tournament Release Boat, Annual Battle of Paris Landing Living History & Chili Cook-Off, Light Up The Lake, and New Year's Eve Dance

Want to help?  Please join us.

Individual supporter: $25    Family supporters: $50

Business Membership $100 
Business Membership includes the following:
On our website at:
  • Front page alphabetical listing with a link to your website.
  • Front page top right corner ad space, ad or logo with website link - rotates weekly through alphabetical listing of members.
  • Inclusion on Business Directory page with information about your business.
  • Your ad or logo with website link is also included on the Events Schedule page.  Every week ads are rotated to the top of the list.
  • Members are encouraged to submit photos and brief articles about their business that would be of interest to tourist. Links to websites are included.

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Help support the PLTL by joining now.

Photo Contest Winner Week Ending 6/17/2017

Congratulations to Samantha Sinclair, winner of the photo contest for the week ending 6/17/2017 for her photo of Laci Jewel fishing at Paris Landing State Park.

Entering the weekly photo contest is easy. Just post your photo in our MESSAGE BOX on our Facebook page at You must tell us something about the photo - like who or what and where. Check out the rules here:

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Carol McCuiston Receives Prize Money

One of our newest business members, Kim from The Lily Pad, and a long time member, Kathy from Foundation Bank, present  2017 Photo Contest Winner Carol McCuiston with a goody bag and a $200.00 check for her winning photo.

Carol is donating her winnings to grandsons Isaac McCuiston special needs service dog.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Change To Photo Contest Rules

The Rules For The Photo Contest Are Being Changed As Follows:

  • All votes (likes and shares) are cumulative.  Votes for weekly winners count toward monthly winners.  Votes for weekly winners and monthly winners count toward annual winners. (Rev. 6/12/17)

Monthly Meeting

The monthly meeting of the Paris Landing Tourism League (PLTL) will be held Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at 6 pm at the Paris Landing Emergency Complex at 15616 Hwy 79 N., Suite A
Buchanan, Tennessee 38222.

We hope you'll join us.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Photo Contest Winner Week Ending 6/10/2017

Congratulations to Ashton Knowles, winner for the photo contest ending 6/10/2017, for his photo of the fishing tournament last week on Kentucky Lake.

Entering the weekly photo contest is easy. Just post your photo in our MESSAGE BOX on our Facebook page at You must tell us something about the photo - like who or what and where. Check out the rules here:

Friday, June 9, 2017

Grand Winner 2016-2017 Photo Contest

And the winner is .....

Carol McCuiston - Sunrise

Congratulations Carol!
You will be receiving a check for $200.

Carol's photo, along with other photos from the contest will be used throughout our website at , Pinterest under Paris Landing Tennessee and other social media to help promote Paris Landing.

Thanks to everyone for entering the contest.  Keep sending in those great photos.

Entering the weekly photo contest is easy. Just post your photo in our MESSAGE BOX on our Facebook page at  You must tell us something about the photo - like who or what and where. Check out the rules here:

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Vietnam War Moving Wall Headed To Paris

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Vietnam War Moving Wall Headed To Paris
By Shannon McFarlin WENK/WTPR News Director
Paris, Tenn.—The Vietnam War Moving Wall will be in Paris over Labor Day weekend, from August 31-September 4, and Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Director Mark Johnson said, “We’re so proud to have the Moving Wall come to our community.”
The Moving Wall is the half-size replica of the Washington, D.C., Vietnam Veterans Memorial and has been touring the country for over 30 years. The Moving Wall was in our area in 2013, at Camden, and it drew huge crowds.
Johnson said, “It’s so appropriate that the Wall should come to Paris in this year, with the 100th anniversary of our National Guard unit and other military anniversaries. It’s an important year in the nation’s military history and in our military history. It’s special and exciting for us.”
The Chamber began planning for the event years ago, making the request with the Moving Wall organizers that the local community be placed on the schedule.
The Moving Wall will be placed at the Eiffel Tower Park, in the large field between the swimming pool and Memorial Park Cemetery. “It’s a perfect location for it,” Johnson said. “There will be plenty of solitude there. It’s removed from most of the activities of the park. It’s handicapped accessible. There is plenty of parking there.”
The Moving Wall must be staffed 24 hours a day for all five days and local veterans’ groups will be volunteering for that.
A public ceremony will open the Moving Wall August 31 and details will be announced later, Johnson said.
According to the Moving Wall schedule, it will be on display in Savannah, Tenn., September 7-11.
Photo: Bagpiper Ed Smith of Paris performed at the opening ceremonies when the Moving Wall was in Camden in 2013. (Shannon McFarlin photo).