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Second annual 'Trojan Tour' announced

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TROY, AL (WSFA) -

Head coaches and athletic administrators from Troy University will be taking a road trip across the Southeast this summer.

Trojan Tour '14 will begin on June 19, at 5:30 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Stadium, and will go through June 27.

There will be 11 stops along the way, where fans can interact with the head coaches and administrators. They will also be able to hear about Troy Athletics latest news, learn about give-a-ways, and get autographs from their favorite coaches.

The Trojan Tour will make appearances in Birmingham, Dothan, Florence, Greenville, Mobile, Montgomery and Troy in Alabama; Atlanta and Columbus in Georgia; as well as Destin and Pensacola in Florida.

For more information about Trojan Tour '14, visit TroyTrojans.com/TT14. You can also follow the tour on Twitter and Instagram at @TroyAlthletics and on Facebook at Facebook.com/TroyAthletics.

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