Eli Gold, The Voice Of The Crimson Tide, Speaks Sept. 4

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Eli Gold, the man, the voice, the legend, will make a rare appearance in Northeast Alabama on Thursday night, Sept. 4, at the DeKalb County Schools Coliseum.  Excel Events Group welcomes to Rainsville, Ala. “the voice” of the Crimson Tide and NASCAR on MRN Radio for an “An Evening with Eli Gold.”

Mr. Gold will tell stories of the legendary athletes that he has covered in his career.  Those in attendance will get to participate during the question and answer portion of the gala event.  

There are four levels of tickets starting in the “stadium” section up through the “press box” area of the coliseum.  Some tickets include a catered meal and a post show, private, meet and greet with Mr. Gold.

For complete information and to purchase tickets by phone, please call Adam Berry of Excel Events Group at 256.605-1801 or log on to www.exceleventsgroup.com.



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