Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Chizik To Make Tiger Trek

The Auburn Alumni Association's first-ever Tiger Trek, an Auburn Club tour featuring Coach Gene Chizik, head football coach, and Aubie, Auburn's six-time national champion mascot, begins April 20th in Atlanta and ends July 23rd in Birmingham. Nine other Tiger Trek stops will be hosted by the following Auburn Clubs; Columbus/Phenix City, Tampa Bay & Florida West Coast, Emerald Coast, Montgomery County, Shoals Area, Huntsville-Madison County, Mobile & Baldwin County, Cullman County, and North East Regional meeting including Dekalb, Marshall and Jackson County Auburn Clubs. For dates and locations of the 2010 Tiger Trek, go to www.aualum.org/clubs.

A portion of proceeds raised at each club meeting will fund student scholarships to assist Auburn students from the respective communities. Tiger Rags, the official apparel and souvenir store of the Auburn Alumni Association, will be on-site and will donate 20 percent of sales to support the local club.

There are currently 98 Auburn Clubs nationwide that are supported by the Auburn Alumni Association, whose mission is to foster and strengthen the relationship between Auburn University and its alumni and friends; to preserve and promote the university's traditions, purposes, growth and alumni; and to keep alive the spirit of affection and reverence for our alma mater. For information on the Auburn Alumni Association or Auburn Clubs across the country, visit www.aualum.org/clubs. For networking and interaction with local clubs nationwide, visit www.auburnclubs.org.

2 comments:

  1. Please stop linking (in the scrolling news at the top of your site) Alabama articles (eg Texas Not Worth to Play Tide, etc) and articles from BleacherReport (aka equivalent to 1st graders writing in crayon or fat pencils in a Big Chief tablet). They are stupid and add nothing to your site.

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  2. "Texas Not Worth to Play Tide" was actually an article with multiple subjects, including Auburn, so that is probably why that showed up.

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