2012 Prowl and Growl Coaches Tour


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In less than two weeks, the 2012 Clemson Prowl and Growl tour will kick off with head men's basketball coach Brad Brownell and head football coach Dabo Swinney. We are very excited to bring these meetings to 13 different cities and give Clemson fans the opportunity to show their support for the Tigers and learn about all the exciting things going on at Clemson University and within the Clemson University Athletic Department.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to hear from the coaches, watch football and basketball highlight videos, participate in a Q&A with the coaches and have the chance to get an autograph. Be sure to mark your calendar and make plans to attend the meeting nearest you!

The 2012 Prowl & Growl tour will be coming to the following locations:

Greenwood, SC - Monday, April 9, Greenwood Presbyterian Church
Greenville, SC - Monday, April 16, St. George Greek Orthodox Church Banquet Hall
Aiken, SC - Tuesday, April 17, Aiken Jaycee Building at the Aiken Fair Grounds
Lexington, SC - Monday, April 23, Jamil Temple
Charleston, SC - Tuesday, April 24, USS Yorktown
Florence, SC - Thursday, April 26, Florence Civic Center
Greensboro, NC - Tuesday, May 1, Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center
Columbia, SC - Thursday, May 3, Edventure Children's Museum
Myrtle Beach, SC - Tuesday, May 8, Ocean Lakes Recreation Center
Orlando, FL - Saturday, May 12, First Baptist Church of Central Florida
Rock Hill, SC - Monday, May 21, Baxter Hood Center
Atlanta, GA - Tuesday, May 22, Dave and Busters
Charlotte, NC - Thursday, May 31, Myers Park Country Club

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