Omaha traffic and tailgating info

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Advisory to All Clemson Fans Traveling to Omaha

Clemson, SC--Clemson fans driving to Omaha Thursday or Friday from the upstate of South Carolina should avoid I-24 near Nashville, TN. Nashville will play host to a concert and summer festival that will begin Thursday, resulting in extremely heavy traffic on I-24 in this area. Travelers should take an alternate route.

Concord Club of Omaha to Host Clemson Fans

Clemson, SC--The host service club, The Concord Club of Omaha, would like to extend an invitation to all family, friends and supporters of the Clemson Tigers, to a fun and relaxing event at Progressive Park, located just across the River from Omaha and Rosenblatt Stadium.

This will be a great opportunity to spend time with the Tigers while enjoying refreshments, food and great company!

We will be starting the event at 2:00 p.m. CST, Saturday, June 17th at Progressive Park. Food served will include Pork Loin, Fried Chicken and sides all provided by Progressive Park Catering. There will be a $12 charge for adults and a $9 charge for children under 12.

The organizers of the event would like to ask that all who plan to attend notify Joel Myers at email address or call by phone at 402-571-1481 no later than the evening of Thursday, June 15th.

For park information go to .

To find map directions on enter Roseblatt Stadiumís address for the start location:

1202 Bert Murphy Ave, Omaha, NE 68107

Enter Progressive Parkís address as end location:

6865 Gifford Rd, Council Bluffs, IA 51501

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