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Elizabethtown Sports Park Partners Clark Jewelers 

(Elizabethtown, KY) February 28, 2022: Elizabethtown Sports Park, a destination venue for baseball, softball, football, soccer and more, is located right in the heart of Elizabethtown. The sports park has a very community-oriented approach to how they operate. 

This year, the sports park will be announcing a few community partnerships. These key partnerships allow the sports park to bring a community feel into all events including local youth leagues and large tournaments. Partners are able to participate in community events and highlight their businesses. One of those partners this year is none other than Clark Jewelers.  

Clark Jewelers, founded almost 50 years ago, is a business based on family tradition and community. Currently Clark Jewelers has two locations. In 1977, the branch in Bardstown, Kentucky was opened. The Elizabethtown store moved to its current location in 1990. In 2006, Clark Signature Engraving, the most recent division of Clark Jewelers, was opened. 

Patrick Clark, Owner of Clark Jewelers commented on the partnership saying, “Our sponsorship at the Elizabethtown Sports Park is another way we can support local sports and our community. It also provides us with a unique opportunity to promote our business to a larger audience. We are looking for new ways to promote our Bourbon on Ice (Registered trademark) jewelry line. Our sponsorship places Clark Jewelers in front of every visitor to the Elizabethtown Sports Park.” 

Clark Jewelers was founded on principles of honesty, hard work, and customer service. With the outstanding guidance and leadership of our parents, Clark Jewelers is still family owned and going strong 50 years later. 

General Manager of the park, Todd Yancey spoke with confidence about this partnership saying, “When we think of community and our place in this community, we understand that having partnerships in the community is beneficial for everyone. It allows us to stay focused on the larger picture and connect the dots.” 

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