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Sen. Lincoln throws a tailgate

Posted By on Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 11:37 AM

Sept. 5. Woo Pig.

E-MAIL FROM SEN. BLANCHE LINCOLN

Our family looks forward every year to the first Razorback home football game.


Like all Razorback fans, we've watched the news reports from camp and we can't wait to see the latest edition from UA.  And all indications are that this year will be special.


We hope to see you before kick-off on September 5 when our campaign hosts a giant tailgate party outside Little Rock Memorial Stadium before the first game of the season vs. Missouri State.


We'll be serving delicious barbecue brisket, sausage, chicken and all the fixin's prepared by Beachcreek Farms, 2006 World Steak Cooking Champions.  There will be enough beverages for everyone and I'm sure there will be an abundance of optimism for the season ahead.


So if you are planning to be at the game, please be my guest for our Razorback tailgate party beginning at 2:00 PM Saturday, Sept. 5.  Scheduled kick-off is 6:00 PM.   I'd love to visit and take a photo with you and celebrate Razorback football.  Who knows, we might even call the Hogs a few times just to get everybody warmed up.


Please RSVP by clicking here so we'll know how much food to prepare.  When you indicate your plans to attend, you'll receive directions about where to find us.


I look forward to seeing you at the game on Sept. 5.


Go Hogs,

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