Civil Axe Throwing Expands In Chattanooga

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Chattanooga’s first axe throwing venue, Civil Axe Throwing, has expanded their location to support local demand for the unique AXE-perience in the area. Civil Axe Throwing is a large, indoor entertainment venue that allows guests to partake in axe-throwing - a game of skill where players hurl a dulled hatchet at a wooden bullseye.

Civil Axe Throwing, at 409 Market St. in downtown Chattanooga, opened on the second floor over a year ago and now has doubled down by acquiring the first-floor space as well. Civil Axe Throwing now includes an additional four lanes for axe throwing sessions for individuals and large groups of up to 60.

Civil Axe Throwing will partner with nearby restaurants and bars for full catering services, providing guests with several available options for food and beverages.

“We’re extremely thrilled with our development and growth in Chattanooga," said Scott Brewster, Civil Axe Throwing director of Marketing and Sales. "Our team continues to develop and provide a safe, fun and unique experience for all who join us. Chattanooga is an amazing city because it embraces new and unique ideas, so we knew that this had to increase our store’s footprint.”

In partnership with the Chattanooga Lookouts guests can meet with Looie The Lookout Friday starting at 4 p.m. This event is free to the public and guests may take photos plus get autographs from the city’s favorite mascot.

Civil Axe Throwing opened its first location in Huntsville, Ala. in 2017 as the first and largest indoor axe throwing venue in the state. It later expanded to other states such as Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida, and Tennessee. In addition to the expansion in Chattanooga, Civil Axe Throwing plans to open an additional 20 locations within the next 18 months.

Walk-ins are welcome, but reservations are recommended. To book a session, guests can
reserve a spot online at www.civilaxethrowing.com/chattanooga. For more information on Civil Axe
Throwing, please visit www.civilaxethrowing.com


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