The six-foot posters will be distributed at 10:00 AM at 10 Upstate Bi-Lo stores, the downtown Clemson office of Tom Winkopp Realtor/Developer and two Bountyland Quick Stop stations. Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated, Bi-Lo, Tom Winkopp and Bountyland Quick Stop sponsored the posters.
Four thousand posters will be available free of charge to the public on a first-come first-serve basis while the supply lasts. The select Upstate Bi-Lo stores, the Tom Winkopp Realtor/Developer office in Clemson and two Bountyland Quick Stop stations will be the only outlets for distribution. They will not be available at the Clemson athletic department.
The remaining posters will be sent to various media outlets around the nation to promote Spiller for the nation's top college football award.
The media campaign for Spiller will kickoff on Tuesday at Dabo Swinney's annual media golf outing at The Reserve when the posters are unveiled. The poster is six feet tall by three feet wide and has a growth chart up the side that children can use to measure their growth over time. It is similar to the poster Clemson produced for William Perry 25 years ago when he was promoted for the Lombardi Award and Outland Trophy.
The photo for the poster was shot by Clemson University photographer Patrick Wright. The poster was designed by Clemson assistant sports information director Jeff Kallin and it was printed by Electric City Printing Company of Anderson, SC.
Spiller was a first-team All-ACC all-purpose player last year when he led the conference in all-purpose running. He has established 12 Clemson records over the last three years and needs just 921 all-purpose yards to become the ACC's all-time leader. He achieved these marks while splitting time at the running back position with James Davis, now with the Cleveland Browns. This year Spiller will be the featured player in the Clemson offense.
Below is a list of locations that will have the Spiller poster available on Wednesday, July 22 at 10:00 AM.
Store # Store Address City, SC Zip Code
277 1706 E. Greenville St. Anderson, SC 29621
256 330 Lebby St. Pelzer, SC 29669
566 7709 Hwy. 76 Pendleton, SC 29670
552 2700 Gentry Memorial Hwy. Pickens, SC 29671
199 5155 Calhoun Memorial Hwy. Easley, SC 29640
709 4405 Hwy. 24 Anderson, SC 29626
704 101 Verdae Blvd. Greenville, SC 29607
419 115 Rochester Hwy. Seneca, SC 29672
283 1021 S. Pendleton St. Easley, SC 29642
539 501 Old Greenville Hwy. Clemson, SC 29631
Tom Winkopp Realtor/Developer Office:
Tom Winkopp Realtor/Developer
391 College Avenue
Clemson, SC 29631
Bountyland Quick Stops:
Bountyland Quick Stop No. 1
1503 Blue Ridge Blvd.
Seneca, SC 29678
Bountyland Quick Stop No. 5
10941 Clemson Blvd.
Seneca, SC 29678
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