LSU Alumni Association offering travel packages to Knoxville for - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

LSU Alumni Association offering travel packages to Knoxville for Tigers vs. Vols

Source: Eric Garcia Source: Eric Garcia
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

The LSU Alumni Association and the Tiger Athletic Foundation make it easy for fans when traveling to support the Tigers on the road.

It’s called the Traveling Tigers program and it’s been around for two decades. Travel packages include two nights stay in a deluxe hotel, roundtrip airfare, transportation to and from tailgating events, and the game, as well as game tickets.

The last Traveling Tigers program will take fans to Knoxville, Tennessee for the LSU vs. Tennessee game on November 18. Partial packages for the Tennessee game are still available.

For partial package pricing, contact Emily@lsualumni.org or call 225-578-3838. For more information visit https://www.lsualumni.org/traveling-tigers.  

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