Alabama State University’s 94th annual Turkey Day Classic (T.D.C.) and Hornet Homecoming celebration is now upon us.
It will include a wide-range of events from the oldest HBCU Classic Football Game in America, to its tradition-laden Turkey Day Classic Parade on Thanksgiving morning in downtown Montgomery, to its invitation-only business and community breakfast (open to news media coverage), an alumni brunch, an inaugural Queens’ Tea and so much more.
Of course, the celebration will culminate on Thanksgiving-Day (Nov. 23), when the ASU Hornets and the Edward Waters Tigers face-off on the gridiron at 2 p.m. at The ASU Stadium.
You and your news consumers will not want to miss a single minute of the action, so make your plans now to cover ASU’s Turkey Day Classic from start to finish.
Tuesday, November 21
Business and Community Breakfast
Renaissance Montgomery Hotel & Spa at the Convention Center
By invitation only. Open to news media coverage.
Wednesday, November 22
Student Center Ballroom
Celebrating the Classes of the 2’s, 7’s and Silver Class of 1992
To register, visit https://secure.qgiv.com/for/
Omega Paver Unveiling
Omega Stone on the ASU campus
Acadome Banquet Room
This is a royal celebration for the former queens of Alabama State University.
Open to current and former Miss ASUs
To register, visit www.alasu.edu/alumni <http://www.alasu.edu/alumni>
Hornet Nation Tailgate Party/Block Party
ASU Soccer Field
The ultimate alumni pre-game experience featuring live music and a DJ.
Thursday, November 23 ‘THANKSGIVING DAY’
Turkey Day Classic Parade
Downtown Montgomery. It begins from in front of the State Capitol on Dexter Ave.
Around the ASU Stadium
Turkey Day Classic Game
ASU vs. Edward Waters
The ASU Stadium