Renew & Buy New Season Tickets on GoUSFBulls.com | "The Inside Skip" At USF on March 3
TAMPA - The University of South Florida football program and new head coach Skip Holtz will hold the second "The Inside Skip" Town Hall meeting on the other side of the bridge at The Venue in Clearwater/St. Petersburg on Thursday, March 4.
The FREE open forum will provide the public an opportunity to meet-and-greet the new leader of the USF football team. The event will kick off at 6:30 p.m. and run for 90 minutes.
Directions | Call 727-571-2222 for more information on The Venue
The Venue, which is located 2675 Ulmerton Road in Clearwater, is Tampa Bay's newest leader in entertainment and culinary elegance. Experience an all inclusive facility that serves as the backdrop for restaurants Takara and Viaggio, as well as 8 different themed areas including an Ultra Lounge, Martini Bar, Mediterranean Deck Bar, Champagne Lounge, Wine Room - and new Banquet Room - for private dining, and Upper Cabana Deck. Additionally, special accommodations are available for business meetings, private dining, wine tours, and personal celebrations.
Holtz will address those in attendance briefly before opening the floor to questions. Any and all questions will be answered during the 90-minute session. There will also be an allotted time for autographs and pictures with Holtz.
The Bulls are already gearing up for an exciting 2010 season, which will feature seven home games and highly-anticipated trips to face the Florida Gators and Miami Hurricanes. Holtz and his new staff are busy installing a new offense and defense while also preparing for spring football, which begins on March 16.
USF will provide free food and free non-alcoholic drinks to those in attendance. Self and valet parking are available outside the main entrance to The Venue.
USF is also currently planning a Town Hall meeting in the Palma Ceia area of Tampa.
For more information on The Inside Skip, call 1-800-GoBulls or 813-974-2125.
As usual, the USF ticket team will be on hand for those fans that want to renew their seats or become first-time season ticket holders.
Coach Holtz has made a concerted effort since Signing Day (Feb. 6) to make as many public appearances as possible. In addition to private meetings with donors and local businesses, Holtz has spoken at rotary clubs, local radio stations and spent extensive time with local, regional and national media outlets.