CLEMSON, SC - On Thursday, October 25, the Oconee Medical Center Tiger Tailgate Show will broadcast live from Chiefs Wings and Firewater beginning at 4:30 PM with game time set for 7:30 PM. Clemson football fans are encouraged to join David Stein, Roy Philpott and Ben Milstead for the show and to watch the Tigers take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
The show begins at 4:30 PM at the restaurant which is located at 723 Congaree Road in Greenville. $10,000 worth of prizes are being given away throughout the season at the shows and each week that the Tiger Tailgate Show is there, one fan will take home a 32" HD TV. Hosts David Stein and Ben Milstead will be paying for dinner for a few fans and will have a number of prizes to give away. "We have a stadium type atmosphere for Clemson games with surround sound and 72 TV's" said Greg Hazelhurst, owner of Chiefs.
Chiefs also is offering menu specials on drinks, pizzas, appetizers and more for fans wearing Clemson gear during the live show. Additionally, fans can email the show hosts (firstname.lastname@example.org) pictures of their family in orange and request shout-outs to friends and family, thanks to Clemson partners Verizon and Nokia Siemens Network. Fans can also submit pictures and questions via the Clemson Tiger Sports Network Facebook Page for a chance to win prizes from Verizon. Like 'The Clemson Tiger Sports Network' page to ask Dabo or David a question at www.facebook.com/clemsontigersportsnetwork.
Among the prizes at Chiefs, those in attendance will have the opportunity to get the official 2012 Tiger Tailgate Show T-shirt, courtesy of the show's official screen printer, Tiger Town Graphics. Arrive early though, because supplies are limited. Even those unable to come out to Chiefs for the day can tune in to one of the many radio station affiliates across the state on the Clemson Tiger Sports Network to hear the show.
"It's going to be packed out for a rare Thursday night game. I'm extremely excited to see all of the Tiger fans at Chiefs. We've got lots of prizes again so leave the office a little early so you can claim a table!" said David Stein, host of the Tiger Tailgate Show.