ROYALS CARAVAN CONTINUES WITH STOPS IN MISSOURI, KANSAS & ARKANSAS
Participants include Billy Butler, Louis Coleman, Aaron Crow, Danny Duffy, Greg Holland & Everett Teaford
KANSAS CITY, MO (January 11, 2012) – The annual Royals Caravan presented by Fox Sports Kansas City continues next week with stops in cities across Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas.
Beginning in 1968, the Royals have embarked on the annual Royals Caravan to visit fans throughout the Midwest. This January, several current and former Royals players, broadcasters and front office personnel are joining Royals mascot Sluggerrr for Caravan events.
One Royals contingent will make stops in Cameron, Maryville and St. Joseph, Mo., before heading into Kansas for appearances in Topeka and Wichita. The other traveling party will head south, visiting Clinton, Joplin and Springfield,Mo., and Pittsburg, Kan. The South Caravan will also take part in a Baseball Luncheon hosted by the Northwest Arkansas Naturals and Springdale Rotary Club in Springdale, Ark., on Monday, January 16. Chairman/Owner David Glass is scheduled to attend the event and briefly address luncheon guests.
Royals scheduled to appear during the second week include designated hitter Billy Butler and pitchers Louis Coleman, Aaron Crow, Danny Duffy, Greg Holland and Everett Teaford. In addition, hitting coach Kevin Seitzer, broadcasters Joel Goldberg and Steve Stewart, and Royals Hall of Famers Jeff Montgomery and Willie Wilson are also scheduled to participate.
A tentative schedule of Caravan events for Sunday, January 15-Monday, January 16 is listed below and also available at www.royals.com/caravan.
2012 Royals Caravan presented by Fox Sports Kansas City
Sunday, January 15 Missouri/Kansas Trip – Day #1
Participants: Billy Butler, Danny Duffy, Greg Holland, Kevin Seitzer, Steve Stewart
Sunday, January 15 South Trip – Day #1
Monday, January 16 Missouri/Kansas Trip – Day #2
Participants: Billy Butler, Danny Duffy, Greg Holland, Jeff Montgomery, Steve Stewart
Monday, January 16 South Trip – Day #2
Please note that all participants are subject to change.