Published by The Bee News

March 22, 2022

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Arizona – The Arizona Cardinals players and alumni, team mascot Big Red and Cardinals Cheerleaders are taking to the road to visit six Arizona cities for the “Cardinals Caravan” to engage with fans throughout the state, participate in community activities and visit local radio affiliates from the Cardinals radio network. The caravan gets started this week with visits to Kingman on Thursday (March 24) and Lake Havasu on Friday (March 25).

Former Cardinals tight end Ben Patrick will join Big Red, Cardinals Cheerleaders and affiliate KGMN 100.1 FM in Kingman on Thursday for a community event at St. Vincent de Paul (218 E. Beale St.) from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. followed by a fan meet & greet at Centennial Park (333 Harrison St. Kingman) from 4:00-6:00 p.m.

On Friday in Lake Havasu, the Cardinals group will join affiliate KNTR 980 AM and host an event at Nautilus Elementary School (1425 Patrician Drive) from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Cardinals linebacker Markus Golden will then join the group for a fan meet & greet at London Bridge Beach (1340 McCulloch Blvd) from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Each fan meet & greet is open to the public. The caravan group will sign autographs, take pictures and provide Cardinals giveaways. Kids will have the opportunity to participate in drills and test their football skills at interactive stations.

The other stops on the Cardinals Caravan are Sedona (Thursday, March 31/KAZM 780 AM), Flagstaff (Friday, April 1/KVNA 600 AM & 104.7 FM), Safford (Date TBD/KATO 1230 AM) and Tucson (Date TBD/KTZR 1450 AM).

For more information about the caravans, log onto or contact the Cardinals Media Relations department.

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