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20 Former AU & UA Football Greats to Help Raise Money for Red Cross

MONTGOMERY, - RBC Bank will be the presenting sponsors of Baumhower's 12th Annual Tide ‘n Tiger Night Thursday, April 17, 20078 from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m at Baumhower's Wings Restaurant on the Eastern Boulevard.  Whether you are an Alabama fan or Auburn fan, you are going to have a FAN-tastic time at this year's event.

This year's confirmed celebrities are as follows:  

University of Alabama:  Sam Atkins, Bob Baumhower, Joe Demos, Marlin "Scooter" Dyess, Albert Elmore, Preston Gothard, Bobby Humphrey, Scott Hunter, Matt Miller, Seth Moates, John Mosley, Tom Sommerville, Kenny Stabler.

Auburn University:  Tom Banks, Liston Eddins, Brett Eddins, Smokey Hodge, Andre' Howard, Buddy McClinton, and Chip Powell.

Come mingle with familiar faces and sports heroes from both Auburn and Alabama.  Fabulous door prizes will be given away including home game season tickets for two to both AU and UA home games and a gas grill from Alagasco.  Enjoy the sounds of the band Cruisin', and participate in a LIVE auction to bid on an Alabama or Auburn trip package and other great SURPRISE items. There will be fun for kids too in the children's play area, which will feature face painting, balloon art and a magician. Also, you don't want to miss Tide ‘n Tiger WING BOWL II, a wing-eating contest, the Community Coffee Trolley and Baumhower's own WING WAGON featuring Wings' new menu item - hot, fresh BEIGNETS a'la Bama, made to order!!!

Prior to the evening's activities there will be a chance to give the gift of life at the Tide ‘n Tiger Blood Drive from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. All donors will receive a free T-shirt, baseball hat and squeeze football. There will also be a drawing for two tickets to Tide ‘n Tiger Night. Additionally, donors may enter a drawing that will be held for a trip to Disney World.

Mark your calendars now for the 12th annual Tide ‘n Tiger Night, Thursday, April 17 from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. at Baumhower's Wings Restaurant on the Eastern Boulevard, and come give the gift of life before at the Tiger ‘n Tiger Blood Drive from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m.

Corporate/Family tables are available for $250 as well as single tickets for $25.  Contact Jill Corbin Director of Public Support at (334) 260-4017 for additional information.  Tickets are available at the American Red Cross, 5015 Woods Crossing in Montgomery and Wings on the Eastern Blvd.

 

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