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NCC Football Tailgates


Kick off each home football game at the National Commodore Club tailgate

Come early and soak up the game day atmosphere at the NCC tailgate. Located on the lawn between the Star Walk and Gate 2, the NCC tailgate opens approximately three hours before each home game for NCC members and their guests. R.S.V.P. below now. For more information regarding home tailgates, contact Kendal Duncan in the NCC office at (615) 343-4067 or kendal.duncan@vanderbilt.edu

We hope to see you there in your black and gold!

Aug. 29 vs. Ole Miss (Thursday)

Sept. 7 vs. Austin Peay

Sept. 29 vs. UAB (Family Weekend)

Oct. 5 vs. Missouri (Reunion Weekend)

Oct. 19 vs. Georgia

Nov. 16 vs. Kentucky

Nov. 30 vs. Wake Forest

 

Follow the Commodores in 2013

The Commodore Tailgate Tour will drop anchor this fall in Columbia, S.C.; Foxborough, Mass.; College Station, Texas; Gainesville, Fla. (TBD); and Knoxville, Tenn. The National Commodore Club and Vanderbilt Alumni Asoociation invite you to kick off each away football game with other Commodore fans. See you there in your black and gold. Go 'Dores!

Commodore Tailgate Tour 2013


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