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Entire Hour-Long TV 12 Alabama Live Show Devoted to ASU Football & Events
- Show Spotlights the ASU vs. Tuskegee Football Game, The Keith Sweat Concert & Much More! -
- It's Free and Open to the Public; Come Watch ASU on TV 12 'Live' from the Stadium/Gate-D -

WHAT: Hour-Long TV 12 Alabama Live Show @ ASU Devoted to ASU Football & Events!
WHEN: Friday (Sept. 1) Gate-D opens at 10:15 a.m. & TV Show Starts @ 11 a.m. & Runs Through Noon.
WHERE: The ASU Football Stadium, Enter through Gate-D.
NOTE: Watch it 'Live' on NBC's WSFA TV 12 Television or Come to the Football Stadium/It's Free & Open to the Public.

One of the state’s highest-rated television news programs will broadcast its entire show 'live' from the ASU Football Stadium on Friday (Sept. 1), from 11 a.m. till Noon, featuring the ASU Labor Day Classic series of concerts, events and of course, football.

Friday will see the hour-long WSFA TV 12 Alabama Live News Show with Tonya Terry filmed 'live' on location from the Alabama State University Football Stadium to feature the ASU vs. Tuskegee football game on campus Saturday, as well as Friday's Keith Sweat Concert at ASU; Sunday's Nat King Cole Society's Jazz Festival and much more.

Members of the ASU Family will appear and be featured during the special hour-long TV show, which will include Board of Trustees Chairwoman Alfreda Green, ASU Cheerleaders, selected members of the Mighty Marching Hornets Band with Dr. James Oliver, Miss Alabama State University, Student Government Association President, ASU Vice President Zillah Fluker, ASU Vice President Davida Haywood, ASU Athletic Director Melvin Hines, ASU Sports Information Director Travis Jerome, ASU Golden Ambassadors, and representatives of Tuskegee University.

All members of the Hornet Nation family and the general public are invited to watch this show on television or attend in person.

It will be on television Friday from 11 a.m. until Noon on NBC's WSFA TV 12 station or you may see it in person 'live' from the ASU Football Stadium. Fans may enter, via Gate-D, which opens at 10:15 a.m. and remains open until Noon on Friday.

We wish to thank the news staff and producers of WSFA TV 12 's Alabama Live News Show for making this happen and sharing this information throughout Central Alabama and the Wiregrass to members of both the ASU Hornet Nation and to fans of Tuskegee University - special thanks to Scott Duff and Shelia Flowers.

For more information on all of the weekend activities at ASU, please visit: WWW.ALASU.EDU/LABORDAYCLASSIC
Posted By: Reginald Culpepper
Thursday, August 31st 2017 at 4:43PM
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