Auburn football: Dates for 2014 Tiger Trek announced

rblack@ledger-enquirer.comFebruary 11, 2014 

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn will make 10 appearances during this year's Tiger Trek. The Auburn Alumni Association announced the locations for the 10 speaking engagements on Tuesday.


AUBURN, Ala— The itinerary for this year's Tiger Trek has been set.

Gus Malzahn's summer speaking tour was released by the Auburn Alumni Association on Tuesday, featuring 10 stops for the Tigers' head coach. The first speaking engagement will be April 22 at the Marriott Shoals Conference Center in Florence, Ala., coming three days after Auburn's A-Day spring game.

Times for all of the stops are still to be determined, and the final leg of the tour — coming in Birmingham, Ala., during the week of SEC media days — has yet to settle upon a location.

Tiger Trek 2014

Shoals Area

Tuesday, April 22: Marriott Shoals Conference Center; Florence, Ala.

Cullman County

Thursday, April 24: McGukin Civic Center; Cullman, Ala.

Wiregrass Regional

Wednesday, April 30: National Peanut Festival Fairgrounds (Alfa Commercial Building); Dothan, Ala.

River Region

Thursday, May 1: Alcazar Shrine Center; Montgomery, Ala.

North Alabama Regional

Monday, May 5: Davidson Center for Space Exploration; Huntsville, Ala.

Atlanta Area

Tuesday, May 6: STATS; Atlanta

AL Gulf Coast

Monday, May 12: Mobile Convention Center; Mobile, Ala.

NE Alabama Regional

Tuesday, May 13: Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge; Guntersville, Ala.

Emerald Coast

Tuesday, May 20: Emerald Coast Convention Center; Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

Greater Birmingham

July 2014 (Scheduled during SEC media days July 14-17; location to be determined)

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