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Kingsbury Women's Clinic set for July 25

Source: Texas Tech Athletics Source: Texas Tech Athletics

Provided by Texas Tech Athletics

Texas Tech Head Football Coach Kliff Kingsbury will host his first women's clinic on July 25, just nine days before the Red Raiders open fall training camp.

This year's clinic will be held at 5 p.m. inside the Frazier Alumni Pavilion (SW corner - Gate 1 - Jones AT&T Stadium) with a registration fee of $50. Space is limited for this year's clinic and reservations are being accepted in person at the Football Training Facility or by mail. The deadline to reserve your spot is July 20.

The event, held exclusively for ladies 21 and over, provides an inside look at Texas Tech football in a casual and festive atmosphere. Proceeds from this year's women's clinic will benefit the Jennie Bailey Fund.

The $50 registration fee includes a t-shirt, dinner and drinks. Reserved tables are also available for purchase.

Sponsors for the 2013 Coach Kingsbury Women's Clinic are Wells Fargo, Copy Craft, Cardinals, Coca-Cola, Glazer's and The Texas Tech Club.

Breaking Down The Clinic 
Where: Frazier Alumni Pavilion 
Time: 5 p.m. 
Date: July 25 
Registration Fee: $50. Registration form accepted in person at the Football Training Facility or by mail. 
TTU Football Training Facility 
Box 45111/6th & University Ave. 
Lubbock, TX 79409 
Registration Deadline: July 20 
Attire: Athletic attire/gym clothes 
Cameras: No cameras will be allowed. Professional photography will be available. 
What is provided in the $50 fee? T-shirt, Dinner, Drinks, FUN! 
Parking: West Stadium lot (C1) 

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