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Utah State University Athletics Announces 2014 Aggie Road Trips


Thursday, Apr. 24, 2014


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Utah State University Athletics plans six Aggie Road Trips to be held throughout northern Utah and southern Idaho this summer. Various Utah State coaches and administrators will be in attendance at each location.

 

The series will kick off at Romney Stadium Thursday, May 1. Next, the group stops at Lone Peak Park Pavilion in Sandy Thursday, May 8, and at the Ogden Country Club in Ogden Thursday, May 15. The event then moves to Wetland Discovery Point in Kaysville Thursday, May 22, before hosting a gathering at Washington Park in Salt Lake City Friday, May 23.

 

The final event is Thursday, May 29, at the Preston Rodeo Grounds in Preston, Idaho.

 

Each stop of the Aggie Road Trip begins at 6 p.m. and is free to the public. The first 100 fans at each event will receive free Aggie Ice Cream.

 

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