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Cyclone Tailgate Tour hitting Dubuque and Waterloo

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The annual Cyclone Tailgate Tour will be making stops in Dubuque on Tuesday and Waterloo on Wednesday.

The traveling tour brings coaches, players, spirit squads and mascot Cy to a handful of cities across the state.

In addition to meeting coaches and players, there are interactive games, door prizes and kids games at the free events.

"This has been our way for us to get out in the state and say 'thanks,'" said Director of Athletics Jamie Pollard in a written statement. "We (the athletics department) get to do what we do because of what Cyclone fans allow us to do. These events continue to be great 'friendraisers' and an excellent chance to build up our next generation of Cyclones with young children."

On Wednesday, The Cyclone Tailgate Tour stops in Dubuque at the Best Western Plus Dubuque Hotel at noon before heading to Bettendorf.

On Thursday, the tour heads to Newton for a noon stop before coming to Waterloo for a 5:30 p.m. stop at the National Cattle Congress.

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