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Caravan to stop in Port Orange

The Jacksonville Jaguars will pay a special visit to Port Orange, Fla. on Tuesday, June 5 for the 2012 Jaguars Caravan. The public is encouraged to come out and join players, ROAR cheerleaders and other special guests traveling on the Jaguars RV to interact with Volusia County fans and build momentum for the 2012 season.

Bethune-Cookman University will be unveiling a stadium banner commemorating the 10-year anniversary of

B-CU alum Rashean Mathis winning the Buck Buchanan Award for Football Championship Subdivision Defensive Player of the Year. The family-friendly event will also include a performance by the Spruce Creek 12 O'Clock Jazz Band, Jaguars autographs, food, interactive and inflatable games and prize giveaways from the Jaguars and local vendors. The event is free and open to the public.


WHEN:            Tuesday, June 5

                        5 – 6 p.m.                    Performance by Spruce Creek 12 O'Clock Jazz Band

                        6 – 8 p.m.                    Jaguars Caravan with players and coaches  

*WHO:             *Port Orange Mayor Allen Green

Team Teal Commissioner Tony Boselli

Retired Jaguars Legend Fred Taylor

Cornerback Rashean Mathis

Assistant Coach Marlon McCree

Defensive End Ryan Davis

ROAR Cheerleaders

Jaxson de Ville

                        Photo/video/interview opportunities available*         *           

WHERE:         Port Orange City Amphitheatre

                        100 City Center Circle

Port Orange, FL 32129


About Jaguars Caravan:The Jaguars Caravan is a* *new initiative to generate excitement and recruit fans for the Jaguars in cities across Northeast and Central Florida and Southeast Georgia. The Jaguars Caravan will bring the growing energy for the 2012 season on the road, traveling more than 1,200 miles, stopping in seven cities and connecting with approximately 5,000 fans. For more information and updates, visit, or follow the Jaguars at or

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