Crossville Cumberland County
Sports and Events Council
392 North Main Street
Crossville, TN 38555
The CCCSEC is composed of volunteers and Crossville-Cumberland County employees that all have areas of expertise that contribute to the success of an event. With members of the council such as Parks and Rec directors and community members that work with the hospitality industry, we are well equipped to ensure that an event has a contact for every phase from facility reservations and hotel blocks to hospitality rooms and permitting.
Our Mission is to have a positive impact on our economy and the quality of life for the citizens of Crossville and Cumberland County. We will accomplish this goal by attracting and promoting professional and amateur sporting events and other entertainment events.
Sports Council President
Chris is the owner of Peterson Wealth Advisory, a Registered Investment Advisor firm. He provides fee-only, financial planning and investment management services. Chris is a Certified Financial Planner professional, a member of NAPFA and the Fee-Only Network because he believes that maintaining transparency and high ethical standards are important for financial advisors.
Chris and his wife, April, have three daughters. They are active members in the community including at church, Crossville Rotary, Homestead Elementary and youth sports.
Pepe Perron was Director of Camp Nakanawa, a private summer camp for girls, since 1981. He has been married to Ann since 1973 and they have three children and four grandchildren.
Pepe has been very active in our Community holding leadership positions in the Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce, The Visitor’s Bureau, Sports Council, Cumberland County Playhouse and Fair Park Senior Center. He is a member of the First United Methodist Church.
Casey and her husband Bradley, are Crossville natives who have welcomed their first child into the world, Kyler. She graduated from Tennessee Tech University with both a Bachelors in Business focused in Marketing as well as a Masters in Exercise Science and Sports Management.
Casey worked within TTU Athletics and the Cookeville-Putnam County Sports Tourism before moving back to Crossville where she currently works at Jeff Woods Construction as the Chief Operating Officer. Additionally, Casey is a REALTOR with Weichert Realty, The Webb Agency where she has combined her love of the construction/housing world with her passion for people.
Casey is active in many different organizations throughout the community including a board member of Creative Compassions and the CCCSEC as well as president of the Home Builders Association of Cumberland County. In her free time, she enjoys time with family, hiking, and traveling.
Brock Hill is a Cumberland County and Crossville native. After graduating from Auburn University, he returned and joined his family retail business, Hill’s Department Store. First established in 1917 and on Main Street since 1929, the building is the current home of Ms. Cam’s (his wife Cameron) Dance Studio. Hill served as Cumberland County Executive/Mayor from 1994-2010 and as Deputy Commissioner for Parks & Conservation from 2011-2019 during the term of Governor Bill Haslam. Among other efforts, Hill served on the initial Planning Committee for the Crossville Recreation (Centennial) Park and on the Board of Directors of Tennessee Parks & Greenways Foundation. He and his wife have three daughters and five grandchildren.
I am a Crossville native raised to provide others with the very best of myself. Being a 3-sport athlete provided me with many lessons including the power of perseverance with a team first mentality. My wife and I have three children who are active in baseball, basketball and dance. We enjoy coaching their teams and investing in the next generation. My wife’s calling as a licensed marriage and family therapist allows her to assist others in their times of need.
Valorie is a native of Cumberland County, mother to a son – Steven and co-owner of a small business in town of 17 years; Make it Personal! Embroidery.
Valorie is active in the community and serves on many boards; the growth of her community is dear to her heart. She currently serves on the board of directors of Crossville Shooting Sports Park as the Secretary, Cumberland County Youth Shooting Team as the Treasurer, Cumberland County Ethics Committee as the General Public Member, Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce on the CVB Committee, and serves on the Advisory Committee for the Retail, Hospitality and Tourism Program at TCAT.
Marlo is a Crossville native and has been the General Agent at Shelter Insurance, Wright Agency LLC since 2005. She has been married to her husband Jay since 2004, and they have two children. Marlo is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University where she completed her undergraduate degree in Outdoor Recreation in 2004.
Marlo and Jay are both active in the community and are members of Linary Church. They enjoy hiking, camping, mountain biking and kayaking. Marlo also spends time teaching workout classes at The Hangout, LLC.
Angie Spitler is a proud member of the Crossville-Cumberland County Sports and Events Council who has served on the board since December of 2020. She brings much knowledge and experience to CCSEC with her prior involvement with soccer in Crossville. She has been married over 31 years to Dr. Tim Spitler and has 2 adult children. In 1997, Angie and her family of four moved to Crossville, and she, along with a few other soccer enthusiasts, founded the Crossville Recreational Youth Soccer Association in 1998. Over the past 21 years, Angie served as the president of the league and has coached the CCHS Lady Jets Soccer team (2005 through 2012), county-wide soccer teams, recreational teams, and competitive teams, and has refereed for over 2 decades with much success. Angie’s past involvement in soccer as an organizer and coach lead her to her involvement with CCSEC and she hopes to bring much enthusiasm and experience to the sports community.
Thank you to the City of Crossville, Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber and Cumberland County for their support in providing funding and support for the Crossville Cumberland County Sports & Event Council.