Clemson to Hold Fan Appreciation Day August 18

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CLEMSON, SC - Clemson will hold its annual Fan Appreciation Day on Sunday, August 18 in Clemson Memorial Stadium. All Clemson players and Head Coach Dabo Swinney will be available for autographs beginning at 2:30 PM. The session will last for two and a half hours. No one will be allowed inside the stadium prior to 2:30 PM.

Fans will be allowed to enter through Gates 1, 9 and 11. T-shirts will be available for the first 1,000 fans 12 years of age or younger. Media guides and football game tickets will be on sale at the athletic ticket office from 1:30 PM-3:30 PM. Football posters will also be available at Gate 1, 9 and 11. The IPTAY Office will be open for those who have questions concerning their donation or parking from 1:30 PM-3:30 PM.

Coca-Cola will provide free water and soft drinks for attendees. Concessions and novelties will also be available for purchase. In addition, programs from the 2012 season will be available for purchase.

Clemson players will be positioned on the concourse level throughout the stadium. Please note the entrances below as they have changed from the past.

Enter Gate 1 for the offensive players. There will be a single continuous line that will include all offensive players. Fans will then exit through Gate 13.
Enter Gate 9 for the defensive players. There will be a single continuous line that will include all defensive players. Fans will then exit through Gate 5.
Enter Gate 11 for Coach Swinney who will be in the West Endzone. There will be a single continuous line that will include Coach Swinney and the mascots. Fans will then exit back through Gate 11.
Fans will be permitted to enter the Gate adjacent to the Rock to take photos of the Rock, and must exit back out of that same gate.
Lines will be monitored by event staff and will be cut off at appropriate times. It is important for fans to realize that it is very difficult to get all of their favorite players' autographs in the 2.5-hour limit.

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