More than 83 delegates from around the state will take the stage in Clarksville for the 2024 Miss Tennessee USA and Miss Tennessee Teen USA Pageants on March 8-9, 2024 at Austin Peay State University. Organized and produced by Greenwood Productions, the pageant has been hosted in Clarksville since 1999.

The preliminary show will take place on Friday, March 8 at 7:30 p.m. On Saturday, March 9, the final events will take place at 2:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., where reigning Miss Tennessee USA Regan Ringler and Miss Tennessee Teen USA Blye Allen will crown their successors. Both the Miss and Teen winners will represent the State of Tennessee at the Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants in 2024.

Applications for the pageant and qualifications can be found on under the “Apply Now” section.

“We are excited to welcome the Miss Tennessee USA pageant back to Clarksville,” said Visit Clarksville Board of Directors Chairman Jerry Allbert. “This event is a wonderful way to showcase Clarksville and Austin Peay to visitors from across the state. We truly appreciate our long-standing relationship with Mrs. Greenwood and the Miss Tennessee USA program.”

The events will take place in the George and Sharon Mabry Concert Hall at Austin Peay State University’s Music/Mass Communication Building, at 8th and Marion Streets in Clarksville.

Tickets will go on sale February 14. Tickets for both the preliminary and final shows must be purchased in advance online at

Miss Tennessee USA and Miss Tennessee Teen USA pageants are part of the Miss Universe Organization and have been hosted in Clarksville since 1999. Since its founding in 1952, thousands of young women have been involved in the organization. For more information on the pageant and to see the delegates visit



The Clarksville-Montgomery County Tourism Commission was established by the State of Tennessee in 1979 to positively influence tourism in the Clarksville-Montgomery County area by promoting tourist attractions, hosting conventions and group tours, and engaging in large-scale marketing efforts. In 2015, the organization adopted the Visit Clarksville brand. Visit Clarksville is governed by a nine-member board of directors and is funded by a portion of the local hotel-motel tax. In 2021, tourism spending in Montgomery County totaled $340.5 million.


Currently living in Nashville, Tennessee, Regan Ringler, is a native of Mississippi and has deep pride in her alma mater, The University of Southern Mississippi where she received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship and minored in Graphic Design. Upon graduating in 2019, she moved to Nashville, where she completed her Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from Trevecca Nazarene University. While earning her MA, she worked full-time as an Account Executive and maintained a part-time job as a stylist and model in designer clothing liquidation.

In her spare time, Regan enjoys playing tennis with her Dad, volunteering at Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, and spending time with her ragdoll cat, Theodore. She is passionate about fitness and healthy living. Regan never misses a chance to travel or try new foods. She views every risk as a challenge and an opportunity. Above all, Regan values time with her family and loved ones.

Prior to earning her title, Regan competed for seven consecutive years with the Miss Universe Organization. Her time as a competitor brought with it the pride, poise, and passion to effectively carry out the role of Miss Tennessee USA.


Blye Allen, a born and raised Tennessean residing in Knoxville, Tennessee, is currently an honor student at Christian Academy of Knoxville where she is a member of the varsity cheerleading squad. She has participated in the Vanderbilt Programs for Talented Youth, the Duke Talented Identification Program, and is a delegate to the 2023 Congress of Future Medical Leaders where she will be receiving an Award of Excellence for her academic accomplishments this year. During the past academic year, she served as a Knox County Rescue Youth Cadet where she learned medical assessments, CPR, and how to respond to emergency situations. Blye is excited to start visiting colleges this year and is planning on pursuing a degree in the medical field.

Blye enjoys traveling and has attended numerous Science/Technology programs and camps all over the country. She has participated in multiple programs at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, and the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. She has also attended various science, medical, and tech programs at Harvard, Duke, MIT, and Vanderbilt during her summer breaks. Her favorite program has been a hands-on medical pre-college course at Brown University last year.

Blye is no stranger to performing and loves to sing. She is a former member of a high school teen band but is now working on solo recording and songwriting. Her goal is to sing at the Grand Ole Opry before she graduates from high school. She was a competitive dancer for seven years and helped start the very first dance team at her school. Blye has a passion for helping young girls and teens discover the confidence they need to pursue their dreams and aspirations. Because of this, Blye spends significant time encouraging adolescents and teens to think big, work hard, and have the courage to try something new.