The defending American League champions are jamming many stops into this year's Winter Caravan, which will take place January 24th and 25th around the state of Michigan.
As always, the team is breaking into small groups that will tour various spots around Michigan over the course of two days.
Highlighting the stops this year are a visit to the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills, the West Bloomfield Police Department in West Bloomfield, the US Coast Guard in Detroit, the US Customs and Border Protection in Detroit, the Pepsi Marketing and Equipment Center in Flint, the Sweet Shop in Cadillac and the Soaring Eagle Casino in Mt. Pleasant.
"These are exciting times for Tigers fans with great anticipation for the upcoming season, and it all starts with the Winter Caravan," said Elaine Lewis, Vice President of Community and Public Affairs. "We once again are expecting outstanding participation from our players, manager and coaching staff to engage with fans throughout the state of Michigan and Northwest Ohio."
The events that are open to the public:
Thursday, January 24
Red Robin, 31805 John R Road, Sterling Heights
Palladium 12 Theatre, 250 North OId Woodward, Birmingham
4:00-6:00pm (Program begins at 5pm)
Royal Oak Middle School, 709 North Washington Avenue, Royal Oak
4:00-6:00pm - SOLD OUT
Hockeytown Authentics, 1845 East Big Beaver Road, Troy
Friday, January 25
Dunkin Donuts, 29285 Southfield Road, Southfield
Two Tigers will serve as celebrity baristas for customers
North American International Auto Show, Cobo Hall, General Motors Display Area
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