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A-State Spring Caravan Wraps up Tour on Friday

The Little Rock stop will be Thursday from 4-6 p.m. at Cregeens on 301 Main & Broadway.
JONESBORO, AR - Director of Athletics Terry Mohajir and Head Football Coach Blake Anderson will be among several Arkansas State Athletics' representatives touring the state and region all this week to take part in four different social events being hosted by the Red Wolves.

The "A-State Spring Caravan" began on Monday in Memphis and continues with some subsequent Arkansas stops: May 14th in Fayetteville, May 15th in Little Rock and May 16th in Jonesboro. A-State mascots Howl and Scarlet will be in attendance to welcome fans and alumni attending the free events, where they will have an opportunity to hear from several A-State speakers.

"Arkansas State has an outstanding and wide-spread fan base, so we're excited to hit the road and visit with everyone before coming back to Jonesboro to meet with our local community," said A-State Associate Athletics Director for External Relations Mickey Ryan. "We're going to have a fun environment at each stop, and this will be a great opportunity for everyone involved."

The caravan took a brief break Tuesday, May 13, for the Arkansas State baseball team's senior day when they were hosts to Ole Miss at Tomlinson Stadium.

The caravan will continue today (May 14) at Centennial Bank's 1400 East Joyce Street location in Fayetteville from 5-7 p.m. The Little Rock stop will be conducted on Thursday (May 15) from 4-6 p.m. at Cregeens on 301 Main & Broadway.

The Red Wolves will wrap up the tour the following day (May 16) in downtown Jonesboro with an outdoor celebration from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. near the front of City Hall. Hays supermarket will be providing hot dogs and drinks for the midday event.



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