Free t-shirt for Clemson fans that visit CFB HOF this weekend


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CLEMSON FANS INVITED TO COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME

In advance of the Clemson football team’s trip to Atlanta next weekend to take on Georgia Tech, the College Football Hall of Fame is inviting all Clemson fans to visit their new exhibit near Centennial Olympic Park.

Among thousands of college football historical items and must-see exhibits, Clemson fans can see the Tigers featured throughout the Hall. From the history of Clemson’s orange pants in the Rivals Exhibit to Howard’s Rock and The Hill featured in the Entrance Tunnel exhibit, along with hall of fame coaches and players Frank Howard, John Heisman, Jess Neely, Banks McFadden, Terry Kinard and Jeff Davis, Clemson fans will find no shortage of familiar historic items to experience.

Additionally, any Clemson fan wearing Clemson attire will receive a free College Football Hall of Fame t-shirt as part of their visit.

For more information on the Hall, including directions, admission and other information, visit www.CFBHall.com.

KEY FACTS AND INFORMATION
Web Address: www.CFBHall.com
Physical Address: 250 Marietta Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30313 (Downtown Atlanta – Centennial Park Area)
Hours of Operation: Saturday 9am to 6pm; Sunday thru Friday 10am to 5pm
Ticket Prices On-line and Box Office: Adult - $19.99; Kids (3- 12) $16.99
Ticket Prices – Box Office Only Seniors (65+), Military, Student – $17.99 (available at the box office only)
Must see exhibits: (1) Three-story helmet wall that includes all 768 college football teams in the US, (2) In-door 45 yard football field, (3) 4k Hi-def 150 seat Theater

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