PARKERSBURG -Want to discuss this year's recruiting class with West Virginia University football coach Dana Holgorsen?
Or talk to Mountaineer basketball coach Bob Huggins about the challenges facing his program in the rugged Big 12 Conference?
You will have that opportunity on Thursday May 8 when the Mountaineer Athletic Club's Coaches Caravan makes its annual stop in Parkersburg.
Once again, JP Henry's Restaurant, located at 5106 Emerson Avenue, will serve as the host for the star-studded event, which will run from 6 to 8 p.m.
Cost is $50 per person and includes complimentary Hors d'oeuvres and beer. A cash bar also is available. Tickets can be reserved by calling JP Henry's at 304-485-9390 or Intra-State Insurance at 304-295-1048 or 800-633-0083.
Eric Fitzer, who heads the Parkersburg chapter of the Mountaineer Athletic Club, said he is expecting a virtual Who's Who of Mountaineer sports to attend the gathering.
- The Mountaineer
Athletic Club's Coaches Caravan will be
in Parkersburg on
May 8 at JP Henry's Restaurant. The event will run from 6-8 p.m.
Among the WVU staff that are expected to attend are:
He became WVU's AD in 2010 and has a contract to continue in that position through 2017.
His son Andrew is the starting quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts.
In addition to individual tickets, corporate sponsorships also are available. The Parkersburg gathering traditionally is one of the largest in the state, both in crowd size and dollars raised.