Tennessee Miller Coliseum

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By kjfitz @ 2006-03-23 10:56:35
The Tennessee Miller Coliseum officially opened on March 18, 2003. A gift to Middle Tennessee State University of more than $20 million by the late John C. "Tennessee" Miller and his wife, the late Mary Elizabeth Miller, helped pave the way for the construction of the Miller Coliseum, a 222,000 square foot facility on 154 acres. This air-conditioned facility has stadium-style seating for 4,600 and stall space to accommodate 492 horses. This deluxe arena will be used for local, state, regional, national and international horse show events.
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