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Clemson "Prowl and Growl" coaches tour returns to the Yorktown

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The USS Yorktown will be enveloped in a sea of orange and purple when the Clemson "Prowl and Growl" Coaches Tour returns to Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum for the second year in a row.

On Thursday, April 25, the Charleston County Clemson Club will host the event that features appearances by Clemson University Head Football Coach Dabo Swinney and Head Men's Basketball Coach Brad Brownell.

Doors to the event will open at 5pm and dinner will be served at 6pm. Dinner will include slow smoked hand pulled pork with beans, coleslaw, biscuits, harvarti, gouda & smoked mac and cheese, sweet & unsweet tea, fresh squeezed lemonade and brownies.

The program starts at 6:45pm.

Adult tickets cost 25 dollars and children ages 3 to 12 cost 10 dollars.

Online ticket sals have ended but tickets may also be purchased with Debit/Credit Visa/Mastercard by calling Heather Byrd](843)714]9144 or Lynn Mabry] (843)991]4759.

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