At the end of April through the beginning of May 2017, fans had the opportunity to meet their favorite Tennessee Titans players in an event where players travel to different cities to sign autographs.
The Tennessee Titans outdoor caravan is a series of free and public autograph signings. The Titans team up with Academy Sports for the outdoor caravan event. This year, the journey consisted of 20 stops spread across three states: Tennessee, Alabama, and Kentucky.
During this event, fans are allowed to meet the players and cheerleaders and are provided with free posters for autograph signings.
The Titans’ players that participated in the 2017 outdoor caravan were Tre McBride, Aaron Wallace and Avery Williamson, Marcus Mariota and Derrick Morgan, Rishard Matthews, Delanie Walker, Kevin Byard, Jurrell Casey and Wesley Woodyard, Jack Conklin, Austin Johnson, Quinton Spain and coach Sylvester Croom and secondary coach Deshea Townsend.
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On April 29, the players visited Nashville, TN, Franklin, TN, and Memphis, TN. On April 30, they visited Memphis, TN, Jackson, TN, and Dickson, TN. On May 2, visits to Spring Hill, TN, Decatur, AL, and Florence, AL occurred. On May 4, they appeared at Madison, TN, Henderson, TN, and Bowling Green, KY. On May 5, they greeted fans in Old HIckory, TN, Livingston, TN, and Knoxville, TN. Players wrapped up in Chattanooga, TN, Murfreesboro, TN, and Smyrna, TN on May 6.
On May 1, the players hosted an event at Fort Campbell that was closed to the public. The day served as a military-inspired training day where pictures and heartfelt messages were shared on social media. Later that day, the players resumed their caravan for the public in Clarksville, TN.
"“Titans Caravan began in 1998 as a small effort to spread goodwill through the region. Today, nine full-time staffers travel with Titans players and T-Rac through the Mid-South on a specially-decorated motor coach. Since 1998, the Caravan has made over 800 stops and allowed the team to interact directly with an estimated audience well in excess of 250,000 fans” (Titans Online)."
Fans who missed the event will have to wait a full year, but the Titans faithful will have plenty of opportunities every single year to meet their favorite players and get autographs.