A-State Spring Caravan set for May 12-15
JONESBORO - Arkansas State director of athletics Terry Mohajir and head football coach Blake Anderson will be among several A-State representatives touring the state and region May 12-15 to take part in four different social events being hosted by the Red Wolves.
ASU HC BLAKE ANDERSON
The "A-State Spring Caravan" will begin Tuesday, May 12, in Memphis and continue with subsequent Arkansas stops May 13 in Fayetteville, May 14 in Little Rock and May 15 in Jonesboro.
A-State mascot Howl 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.
"This is a week we all look forward to," A-State associate athletics director for External Relations Jason Martin said. "So often passionate Red Wolves supporters are traveling to Jonesboro for events, but with this caravan we look forward to getting out to where they are and enjoying the fellowship and camaraderie we all share with our love for Red Wolves Athletics. All events are family friendly, so we would like to invite all Red Wolves to come out, get the latest updates on everything going on with our programs and have a good time with us."
The Memphis gathering will be held from 5-7 p.m. at Brookhaven Pub & Grill, located at 695 West Brookhaven Circle. The caravan will continue May 13 at Centennial Bank's 1400 East Joyce Street location in Fayetteville from 5-7 p.m. The central Arkansas stop will be conducted from 5-7 p.m. at the "McAdams House," located at 48 Chenal Circle in Little Rock and the home of Arkansas State University System President Dr. Charles Welch.
The Red Wolves will wrap up the tour the following day at Tomlinson Stadium's Barton's Baseball Deck in Jonesboro with an outdoor celebration starting at 5 p.m. prior to the baseball team's home Sun Belt Conference game against UALR. A baseball game ticket is required to attend the event, and drinks and refreshments will be provided.