Smoky Mountain Knife Works (SMKW) hosts annual Case & Zippo Presidents’ Day event from 9am-2pm on June 10th, 2017. This is an event for all ages (including kids). Get the details here.

Case & Zippo Presidents’ Day Features

  • Autographs and Photographs with Case & Zippo President, Mark Paup and Smoky Mountain Knife Works President, Kevin Pipes.
  • Autographs and Photographs with industry legends, Tony Bose and Ed Jessup.
  • Serialized limited edition event pieces.
  • Preview of future products from Case.
  • Hourly drawings for knives from the Case Factory Collection
  • A free Case Collectors Seminar

Case & Zippo Presidents’ Day Prize Drawings

Case and Smoky Mountain Knife Works will hold hourly drawings for knives from the Case Factory Collection, as well as a grand prize. The grand prize is a one-of-a-kind Case 2017 Carve Your Own Path Exotic Sea Coral Tribal Lock.

2017 Carve Your Own Path Exotic Sea Coral Tribal Lock

The Grand Prize Details

  • One-of-a-kind Prototype Tribal Lock
  • Exotic Tiger Coral handles
  • Mother-of-Pearl Badge shield
  • Brass liner and bolsters
  • Embellished Spear blade carrying “CARVE YOUR OWN PATH” artwork
  • Incorrect pattern stamp (reads TB612010L SS; should be TBEX12010L SS)
  • Hand-crafted by Case Model Maker Mike DuBois
  • Carries the MJD XX Proto Stamp on the mark side liner
  • Packaged in a velvet box

The Grand Prize winner will be drawn and announced at the event and you must be present to win.


Case & Zippo Presidents’ Day Seminar

SMKW will also host a free seminar for Case collectors beginning upstairs at 10:30am. Adults and children are welcome, and the first 50 adults and the first 50 children in attendance will receive free goodie bags.

Smoky Mountain Knife Works is the “world’s largest knife showplace” and located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. If you’re not from around here, I would plan to spend a bit of time in the mountains and all of the wonderful attractions in the area. Look for the big blue roof located at 2320 Winfield Dunn Parkway in Sevierville, TN – just two miles off I-40 Exit 407 (trust me, it’s hard to miss).

Here’s a handy google map for you.

Note: This article will be updated as new information is received.