FAYETTEVILLE (ArkansasRazorbacks.com) - Razorback Athletics is set to embark on a summer road trip that includes several stops across the great state of Arkansas.
The road trip appearances are a special way for fans of all ages to be a part of the Arkansas Razorback experience and bring the excitement of another year to hometowns across the region.
"Being a Razorback Fan is more than something that you feel on game days, it's a 24/7/365 passion that is the power behind all 19 of our teams" said Senior Associate Director of Athletics for External Operations Michael Waddell.
Season ticket information, posters, schedule cards, contests, prize give-a-ways, chances to try on uniforms plus appearances by members of the spirit squads will highlight each event. Fans will also have the opportunity to purchase their 2014 Razorback Football, Soccer and Volleyball season tickets at each stop.
Here's your chance to suggest where Razorback Athletics should go next. Use #ArkRoadTrip on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram to suggest a future stop.
2014 Summer Road Trip Events
June 13 Surf the Bay Watersports Festival (Fairfield Bay)
June 19 Smackover Oil Town Festival (Smackover)
June 27 Malvern Brickfest (Malvern)
July 26 Johnson County Peach Festival (Clarksville)
August 7 Hope Watermelon Festival (Hope)
August 16 Mountains, Music & Motorcycles (Mountain View)
August 30-31 Washington County Fair (Fayetteville)
August 30 Legendary Blues Festival (Helena-West Helena)
Sept. 13-14 White County Fair (Searcy)
Sept. 19-20 Northeast Arkansas District Fair (Jonesboro)
Sept. 24-27 Bike, Blues and Barbecue (Fayetteville)
Oct. 16-17 Arkansas State Fair (Little Rock)
"Our fans and Razorback Foundation members are incredible in how they show their support of the Hogs and this new outreach is just one of the many ways that we will be reaching out to Razorbacks all across Arkansas," said Waddell. "It's our goal to travel to all 75 counties in the state over the next year and bring some Arkansas Razorback flavor to some of the great events that are held around the Natural State each year."