(Raleigh, NC) --- The Wolfpack Club, NC State’s fundraising organization for athletic scholarships and facility enhancements is proud to announce the Asheville stop of the 2010 “Pack the House” Coaches Caravan on May 17, 2010. This year’s caravan will visit twenty-two cities across the southern United States throughout the spring and summer.
“We are truly excited to visit Asheville during our 2010 Coaches Caravan,” said Bobby Purcell, Executive Director of the Wolfpack Club. “The ability to connect with NC State alumni and fans is extremely important to us. We invite Wolfpack Nation to come out and celebrate NC State athletics.”
There will be a Wolfpack Club Caravan golf tournament with a 12:00PM tee time at the Broadmoor Golf Links on Monday, May 17th. The format will be Captain’s Choice and it is $55 per person to participate which includes lunch. Dinner will begin at 6:30PM at the Western North Carolina Agricultural Center in the Pony Express Café. Head men’s basketball coach Sidney Lowe and head women’s basketball coach Kellie Harper will be attending and speaking with Wolfpack fans. Tickets are $20 for adults and $12 for children under 12 years old. Tickets include food and beverage. All questions and RSVP’s concerning the golf tournament or coaches caravan should be directed to Emory Pitts by calling (828) 684-6354 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information regarding the 2010 “Pack the House” Coaches Caravan, as well as other Wolfpack Club events, please visit www.wolfpackclub.com or call (919) 865-1500.
About the Wolfpack Club:
The NC State Student Aid Association Inc., known as the Wolfpack Club, is a non-profit organization which provides private financial support for athletic scholarships and facilities for the NC State University athletics department. Nearly 8,000 male and female students have received scholarship assistance since the Wolfpack Club was founded in 1936. The Wolfpack Club is made up of over 20,000 generous donors who support NC State athletics annually. Additionally, it provides communication and services for all friends of Wolfpack athletics. To learn more about the Wolfpack Club, log onto www.wolfpackclub.com or call 919-865-1500.Read the full article