Dabo's All In Team Foundation Fantasy Camp to be held April 15-17


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Regardless of your age or athletic ability now you can play football at Clemson and experience the tradition!



“We have so much to sell here at Clemson. We promote and educate on how and why we do things, for people to experience what it is like to be a Clemson Tiger! How many people get to experience pre-game in the locker room, bus-ride around the stadium to Howard’s Rock and running down the Hill in full uniform! -- Coach Dabo Swinney



WHEN: April 15-17, 2011.



Note: Beginning in 2011 the Fantasy Camp will be held every other year. The next camp will be in April, 2013!



WHO: Adults men and women, twenty-one years of age or older, who simply have a passion for Tiger football. Roster is limited to 50 total players & honorary coaches and legends. Football Fantasy Camp participants generally range in age from mid-20's to 70's; include alumni and fans, with an average age of around 45 years. They come from all professions, walks of life and parts of the country. Many have played high school football, but many have not. Some are good athletes, while others are not. They all simply love Clemson!!!



WHY: Fantasy Camp is designed for the Tiger fan who really wants to get inside the football program as never offered before. How else can you meet the coaching staff, learn how they coach, and then get coached on the field? How else could you get to know and share time with former star players and legends?



WHERE: On Clemson University’s campus, Clemson, S.C. You will have access to all the football facilities, many of which are off-limits to the general public. Only Fantasy Camp players and Varsity student athletes get to dress in the Death Valley home locker room, have team meetings and eat team meals in the West End Zone, practice on the adjoining fields, play in Death Valley, take the game-day bus ride from the Locker Room-around the stadium to Howard’s Rock and ? Run down the hill with Coach Swinney.



WHAT’S INCLUDED?

Daily team meetings with Clemson Coaches and Coach Swinney.

On-field coaching by Clemson coaching staff & legends.

Three (3) practice sessions (non-contact).

Offensive strategy presentation by Offensive Coaches.

Defensive schemes presentation by Defensive Coaches.

Daily instruction - defense, offense, special teams.

Dress each day in the Stadium varsity locker room.

“ALL IN” Bowl game in Death Valley (family & friends invited).

Recruiting presentation and packet by Recruiting Coordinator.

Nightly talks and socials with Clemson legends which have previously included Coach Ford, Perry Tuttle, Michael Dean Perry, Jeff Davis and others.

If there is an NFL lockout at the time of the camp. Current Clemson NFL players will be on-hand!

Meals and social in the West End Zone.

Football practice gear; shorts, socks, T-shirts.

Personalized game jersey.


Quotes from Attendees:

Brian Barton; Columbia, S.C. “By far the best thing we did was hanging out with the coaches Friday night, hearing so many stories from Coach Ford, Michael Dean Perry, and Perry Tuttle. If you are a Clemson fan you must do this. I actually ran with the bulls on vacation in Spain two years ago and this was ten times cooler than that.”



Floyd Elliott; Spartanburg, S.C. “I can only imagine what our players have to go through. You have such a good understanding what goes on in team and position meetings.”



CAMP FEE (all inclusive once you arrive on campus):



Single Occupancy - $2,000, Tax Deductible $1,400.

Double Occupancy -$1,900, Tax Deductible $1,400.



Only those amounts in excess of the value of any goods or services provided by the camp to the participant and “donor" qualify as a deduction. 



REGISTER: www.daboswinneyfootballcamp.com



DEPOSIT: $500 reserves your roster spot, non refundable thirty (30) days before camp.



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