Lorenzo Carter added to star-studded guest list for DawgNation Appreciation 2018


Add Lorenzo Carter to the list of former Bulldogs stars who will be a part of a night to remember.

The defensive standout will join former UGA teammates Nick Chubb, Sony Michel, Roquan Smith and Davin Bellamy at DawgNation Appreciation 2018 on Thursday, March 15.

Want to be a part of the celebration? There’s still time to get in on it, but you won’t want to wait much longer because space is limited.

Georgia’s remarkable ride to the National Championship Game will be celebrated with the UGA stars and your favorite DawgNation personalities. The players from the 2017 team will be present to fill in fans about behind-the-scenes stories, personal reflections and other juicy details regarding one of the most riveting runs in Bulldogs history.

Sounds amazing, right?

DawgNation Appreciation 2018 will happen at the Coca-Cola Roxy. TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW, and there are three tiers involved. Early access to purchasing will only go to newsletter subscribers, and limited quantities of VIP tickets are available.

VIP – $199 plus taxes and fees: Includes a DawgNation gift, access to the program with the players, autographs from all three players, a photo with all three players, along with drink tickets and light buffet. **SOLD OUT**

Premium Pass – $99 plus taxes and fees: Includes a DawgNation gift, access to the program with the players, one player autograph selected by DawgNation, along with a cash bar and food for sale.

General admission – $48 plus taxes and fees: Includes a DawgNation gift and access to the program.

No personal items for autographs will be allowed. Instead, all autographs will be on a DawgNation branded photo. No redistribution or outside media will be permitted without prior written approval by Cox Media Group. For media inquiries, please email DawgNationevents@gmail.com.

Make sure to BUY YOUR TICKETS today, before they’re all gone!!

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