Dabo Swinney 2016 Ladies Clinic announced

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The All In Team Foundation is joining with Bon Secours St. Francis Health System, Coca Cola, and OOBE to host the 2016 Dabo Swinney Ladies Saturday, July 23rd on the Clemson University campus.

Check-in starts at 7:15 with the official program kicking off at 9:00 a.m. The day’s events will finish at approximately 4:00 p.m. in Death Valley.

Ladies will receive instruction from the Clemson coaching staff and an exclusive behind the scene look into Tiger football.

The day will include:
Presentations by Coaches in the West End Zone Facility including the Tiger Weight Room, Team Meeting Room, Football Dining Hall, Death Valley, and the Tiger Football Indoor Facility.
Each attendee will have the opportunity for a Meet and Greet Photo w/ Coach Swinney.
Interaction with all the Tiger Football Coaches and Families.
Fashion Show Sponsored by the Football Staff Wives.
Shopping with Clemson Tiger Vendors.
Lunch provided by Wendy’s.
Silent and Live Auction items.
Special Guest Speakers and Entertainment.

Registration fee is $85; $15.00 of each registration fee is matched by Dabo’s All In Team® Foundation with the proceeds going toward breast cancer prevention and research. Last year over $60,000 was raised for breast cancer prevention and research.

The Bon Secours St. Francis mobile mammography unit will be on-site providing the opportunity for attendees to receive a mammogram.

Kathleen Swinney, “We are excited to be teaming with St. Francis, Coke, and OOBE. Our team is working very hard to add new and exciting activities for our Lady Tiger Fans. This is going to be the best clinic experience yet. We encourage attendees to take advantage of the opportunity to receive a mammogram through our sponsor St. Francis."

A sell-out is expected again!
No Walk-Up registrations the day of the vent.
All Attendees must be sixteen (16) years of age or older.
E-mail info@dabosallinteam.com for more information.

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