Mark Fox, Jeremy Pruitt to speak in Columbus May 21

semerson@macon.comApril 14, 2014 

The annual spring-summer tour begins next week in Greenville, S.C., with Mark Richt and Mark Fox as headliners. Eventually Mike Bobo and Jeremy Pruitt will pitch in - Pruitt will speak in Columbus, and Bobo in Tifton. Here is the full and detailed schedule:

Wednesday, April 16
UGA Day in Greenville, SC
TD Convention Center
Coaches: Mark Richt and Mark Fox
Administrator: UGA VP Laura Jolly

Tuesday, April 22
UGA Day in Gainesville, GA
Gainesville Civic Center
Coach: Mark Richt, Gymnastics Coach Danna Durante
Administrator: President Jere W. Morehead

Thursday, April 24
UGA Day in Dalton
Northwest Georgia Trade and Convention Center
Coaches: Mark Richt, Mark Fox
Administrator: Vice President Lee

Wednesday, April 30
UGA Day in Orlando
Orlando Embassy Suites Downtown
Coaches: Mark Richt, Mark Fox
Administrator: President Jere W. Morehead

Thursday, May 1
UGA Day in Savannah
Charles Morris Center at Trustees Garden
Coach: Mark Richt, Mark Fox
Administrator: Provost Whitten

Monday, May 12
UGA Day in Albany
Hilton Garden Inn
Coach: Mark Richt, Mark Fox
Administrator: Vice President Victor Wilson

Tuesday, May 13
UGA Day in Houston
Vic and Anthony’s Steakhouse
Coach: Mark Richt, Mark Fox
Administrator: President Jere W. Morehead

Wednesday, May 14
UGA Day in Tifton
UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center
Coach: Mark Fox, Offensive Coordinator Mike Bobo
Administrator: Provost Whitten

Monday, May 19
UGA Day in Augusta
Conference Center at Augusta Marriott
Coach: Mark Richt, Mark Fox
Administrator: Vice President Frum

Wednesday, May 21
UGA Day in Columbus
RiverMill Event Centre
Coach: Mark Fox, Defensive Coordinator Jeremy Pruitt
Administrator: Vice President Jolly

Thursday, May 22
UGA Day in Macon
Walnut Creek Shooting Preserve
Coach: Mark Richt, Mark Fox
Administrator: Vice President Frum

Tuesday, July 15
UGA Day in Gwinnett County
Gwinnett Center
6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy #100
Duluth, GA 30097
Coach: Mark Richt, Mark Fox
Administrator: President Jere W. Morehead

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