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King University News :: Tornado to take on Carson-Newman at Smokies Baseball Park in Kodak, Tenn. April 2

BRISTOL, Tenn. – On Wednesday, April 2, King University Tornado baseball will take on Carson-Newman Eagles at 7 p.m. at the Smokies Baseball Park located at 3540 Line Drive in Kodak, Tenn, near exit 407 on Interstate 40 between Knoxville and Morristown. The King community is encouraged to attend and cheer on the Tornado!

“We hope alumni, faculty, staff and students will join us for this exciting event at the Smokies Baseball Park,” says Denise Asbury, director of annual giving and alumni services for King University. “All proceeds benefit the men’s baseball program. Carson-Newman is sure to have a great turn-out, so it would wonderful to fill the stands and cheer on our Tornado!”

King students may request up to two free tickets for the game. The free student tickets are on a first come first serve basis. To purchase tickets contact Jenny Brown in the Alumni Office at 800.621.5464 or jibrown@king.edu, or Lauren Hightower at King’s Hardin Valley campus in Knoxville at 865.690.5803 or lmhightower@king.edu.  Additional tickets may be purchased through Jenny Brown for $10.

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