You're Invited to the best Navy get-together in the South!
Saturday, October 9, 2010 • 6:30PM
Please join the USNA Parents Club - Greater Charlotte NC/SC for the football game and a fun tailgate as Navy battles the Demon Deacons in Winston-Salem, NC!
Go Navy! Tailgate
(a portion of your ticket price will be used
to help feed the 400 hungry midshipmen
and other USNA staff who will be in attendance)
Bib’s Downtown BBQ will be catering. Cash bar will be available for beer and wine purchases. Our tailgate is open to ALL Navy fans, and will be held in the Wake Forest Baseball Park, Deacon Blvd., adjacent to the football stadium. The party starts 2.5 hours prior to kickoff. As a special treat, the Navy band and cheerleaders will be joining us to get us all pumped up before Navy takes the field!
Click below to purchase tailgate tickets
Tailgate ticket orders must be placed
by September 29, 2010
(Tailgate tickets will not be mailed, but you will receive an email confirmation of your purchase. A follow-up email will be sent to notify you when the game time has been set.)
Can’t make it, but would like to
donate a meal for a mid? Click below
Navy/Wake Forest Game
Wake Forest is holding a limited number of
game tickets for Navy fans
Order soon – they will go quickly!
Ordering is available only by phone or through the mail.
Game ticket deadline is September 29, 2010
or until the tickets run out.
Game tickets will be distributed at the tailgate.
GO NAVY! BEAT WAKE!
An appointment to the United States Naval Academy doesn't just affect the young man or woman fortunate enough to receive it. Acceptance of an appointment is truly a family affair. When our son set his sights on the Academy, we had some notion that we were in for an experience unlike a typical college experience. From Induction Day through Plebe Summer and the occasional difficult phone calls during the acadmic year, our early suspicion was confirmed. And while it is likely we would have successfully navigated that year and the different challenges of the youngster and second-class years, we fully recognize that our involvement in our Parents Club made for much smoother sailing. As our son now goes through his last year on the Yard, we have accumulated many memories, but we count our involvement in this Parents Club a highlight of the experience. From supper club meetings to tailgate parties, we have both enjoyed and benefitted from our fellowship with other Navy families. We believe you will too.
- Terry and Lecia Horne, USNAPCGC Co-Presidents