GEICO football tour begins in Atlanta with Georgia-Boise State

By on September 2, 2011 at 11:17 AM

Posted in: Marketing & Communications

The 2011 Best of Football Tour, presented by GEICO, kicks off this Saturday at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga., at the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, where the Boise State Broncos take on the University of Georgia Bulldogs. Come early to tailgate and look for the GEICO tent, where you can play games like “Finger Flick Football” and “You Make the Call,” and answer football trivia questions to win prizes – including official home team football jerseys.

The tour continues on to more than 20 college games, and will also stop at some NFL games. So get ready for some football, and if you see the GEICO display at your alma mater, please stop by to ask about GEICO’s alumni association discount – you may be in for some savings!

Here’s the schedule for the first seven weekends:

Sat. 9/3            Georgia @ Boise State (Atlanta, Ga.) Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game

Sat. 9/10          NC State @ Wake Forest

Sat. 9/17          Michigan State @ Notre Dame

Sat. 9/24          Vanderbilt @ South Carolina

Sat. 10/1          Rutgers @ Syracuse

Sun. 10/2         San Francisco @ Philadelphia

Sat. 10/8          Miami @ Virginia Tech

Sat. 10/15            South Florida @ Connecticut

2 responses to “GEICO football tour begins in Atlanta with Georgia-Boise State

  1. Kat Clifford says:

    What an AWESOME event you had tonight at the VT vs Miami game!!! My 5 year old daughter and 10 year old nephew had a BLAST!! THANK YOU!!

  2. Jasmin says:

    Hey Pete, I believe Boise could cpteome, but if they couldn’t, that’s what my concerns are for the reasons they might struggle. However, we do beat 1 or 2 solid BCS conference opponents on a regular basis, but that is quite a bit different test than playing a 8-10 game schedule with BCS opponents.It’s important to remember everyone, I believe Boise could cpteome, but the depth and size is an issue that could be exploited after playing 8-10 teams of Georgia’s size and speed, however, I believe that the recruiting pickup from being in a BCS conference ourselves, would allow us to recruit a bit differently and open some more doors to the same type’s of football players we have now, but add a bit more stats on paper that other schools have.Take our talent and skills and coaching, and the successful system we already have in place, and add in better recruiting options and more money we will dominate even more than now.The one thing hurting us year in year out with the BCS poles is strength of schedule, in a BCS conference they can’t use that argument and now we have nothing holding us back if we go undefeated from being #1 or #2 in the country in the poles as well!Thanks for the comments so far!Marty