This week the 2013 GoDaddy.com Bowl kicks off with a full slate of events!
Arkansas State University arrived yesterday and Kent State University will arrive today. Tonight teams are welcomed at the Great Southern Wood Welcoming Reception where they will enjoy fresh Gulf shrimp!
Tomorrow (Thursday, January 3rd) a few of the players will visit patients at USA Children's and Women's Hospital.
Friday the Mayor's Luncheon features guest speaker Larry the Cable Guy! Tickets are $30/person and still available.
The weekend starts with a team luncheon on Saturday at the Battleship USS Alabama.
Saturday Night everyone is invited to come out and enjoy the Greer's-AL.com/Press-Register parade with this year's Grand Marshal, Go Daddy Girl and NASCAR star Danica Patrick, followed with the pep-rally, street party, and Spectronics fireworks display. There will also be a live band and it's all free to the public.
The 2013 GoDaddy.com Bowl kicks-off at 8:05 pm on Sunday, January 6th. Arkansas State returns to claim the trophy while No25 ranked Kent State tries to stop them.
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