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Rays caravan schedule

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published February 4, 2001


7:30-9 a.m.: St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce breakfast, St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 11 Central Ave.

5:30 p.m.: Unveiling of new uniforms, Baywalk entertainment complex, corner of Second Avenueand First Street N, St. Petersburg.

7:30-9: Devil Rays Dugout Stores at WestShore Plaza and Brandon TownCenter.

Participants: Larry Rothschild (breakfast only), Doug Creek, Bryan Rekar, Tanyon Sturtze, Esteban Yan.


8-10 a.m.: Clearchannel radio stations, 4002 Gandy Blvd. W, Tampa

10:30: Shriner's Hospital for Children, 12502 N Pine Drive, Tampa

3-4 p.m.: WHPT 102.5 FM Chris Fisher Show, Cox Radio, 11300 Fourth St. N, St. Petersburg

4-5:30: Infinity Broadcasting, 5510 Gray St., Tampa

Participants: Rothschild, Bill Fischer, Mike DiFelice, Aubrey Huff, Jason Tyner, Matt White


10 a.m.: W.D. Sugg Middle School, 3801 59th St. W, Bradenton

Noon: Manatee Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Carrabba's, 2106 Cortez Road W, Bradenton

2 p.m.: Sarasota Memorial Hospital, 1700 S. Taimiami Trail

5-6:30: Sarasota Chamber Business Connection/WAMR remote, Waterside Room, 216 Sarasota Quay

7-8: BLAB-TV Let's Talk Sports, 5205 Fruitville Road, Sarasota

Participants: Rothschild, Bill Fischer, Wilson Alvarez, Creek, Bobby Seay, Yan


10 a.m.: John Hopkins Middle School, 701 16th St. S

11:30-1 p.m: St. Petersburg Times, 490 First Ave. S.

2:30: All Children's Hospital, 801 Sixth St. S.

Participants: Russ Johnson, Huff, Ryan Rupe, Jason Tyner


10 a.m.-4 p.m.: Florida Power FanFest, Tropicana Field


noon-4: Florida Power FanFest, Tropicana Field

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