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Clemson Third stop on ACC Football Tailgate Tour

GREENSBORO, N.C.  –  Clemson’s home matchup against instate opponent South Carolina State provides the setting for the third stop of the inaugural ACC Football Tailgate Tour presented by Lumber Liquidators, in conjunction with Raycom Sports and FishBait Marketing.  

Former Tigers standout quarterback Woody Dantzler will be on hand for this Saturday’s festivities, which will begin at 9 a.m. just outside left field of Doug Kingsmore Stadium and continue until 11 a.m.  A 53-foot tractor trailer will be the centerpiece of the tour. Featuring ACC Football and Lumber Liquidators graphics and images on the exterior, the inside of the truck will be a mix of Lumber Liquidators and ACC Football videos, products, information and equipment.  

In addition to the truck, the ACC Tailgate Tour will include representation from the Capital One Orange Bowl, interactive games, and a chance for ACC fans to receive giveaways and register to win a Lumber Liquidators room makeover and a trip to the 2016 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game.  Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment is executing the Tour on behalf of Lumber Liquidators and the ACC.  

The ACC Football Tailgate Tour presented by Lumber Liquidators will make stops at each of the league’s 14 football campuses this season, as well as FanFest at the 2016 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game.

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