Watch: Carrie Underwood’s Husband Mike Fisher Hosts Celebrity Clay Shoot for Charity

by Halle Ames

Husband to Carrie Underwood and former NHL star Mike Fisher hosted his 2nd Annual CATCHIN’ DEERS Celebrity Clay Shoot.

The event was for the Nashville Predators Foundation that also works alongside SmileDirectClub. It took place at the Nashville Gun Club from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. October 27th.

The NHL’s Nashville Predators, a team on which Fisher used to play, gave the low-down on the 100-bird course clay shooting tournament online.

However, the Celebrity Clay Shoot would be nothing without the celebrities that accompany it. Organizers paired each team of four with a celebrity of some caliber, as well as a safety officer for assistance. Some of the stars that participated were Shay Mooney from Dan and Shay, singer Jordan Davis, former NHL goalie Chris Mason, as well as former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler. Also in attendance were former NHL defenseman Hal Gill, announcer Lyndsay Rowley, musical group High Valley, and of course, Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood. 

In addition, the 2019 event went towards nonprofits in the Middle Tennessee area. Furthermore, the Predators Foundation and Mike Fisher worked together on local projects and granted $20,000 to Rocketown. They also gave $20,000 to Nashville Inner City Ministry, as well as $20,000 to Room in the Inn.

Rocketown is a nonprofit, “multi-faceted oasis for youth comprised of three music venues, a skatepark, a coffee bar, various after-school programs, and weekly outreach events.” The faith-driven couple also gave to Nashville Inner City Ministry, which is an organization that centers around Christ and is dedicated to empowering at-risk youth through spiritual, educational & vocational guidance. Finally, Room at the Inn helps house homeless people as well as help them find work.