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Brian Faison will be one of four guest speakers at Tuesday's UND Fan Luncheon in Fargo.
Faison, three coaches to appear at Fargo luncheon
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Updated: Saturday 09/09/2013 10:35:07 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Head football coach Chris Mussman, head soccer coach Matt Kellogg, associate head volleyball coach Dan Brown, and director of athletics Brian Faison will serve as guest speakers at the monthly UND Fan Luncheon in Fargo on Tuesday, Sept. 10.

For just $11 per person, fans can enjoy a gourmet lunch, hear from UND coaches and administrators, and win exclusive UND Athletics raffle prizes.

The UND Fan Luncheons are open to all alumni and fans of UND Athletics. The Fargo luncheons are held at the Ramada Plaza and Suites at 1635 42nd Street South.

Fargo Luncheon Dates (all Tuesdays):

September 10

October 8

November 12

December 10

January 14, 2014

February 11

March 11

April 8

For additional information, please contact Katie Horob, Associate Director of North Dakota Champions Club, at katieh@undfoundation.org, or call us at 800.543.8764.

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