Introducing Wake Forest’s very own 42ft Airstream RV. We don’t want to toot our own horns or anything (pun intended) but this is the coolest bus you’ll ever see. And the best part is: we are driving it to you, our loyal alumni.
This baby has it all:
The Streakin’ Deacon Tour is an opportunity for you to reconnect with Wake Forest when a visit to campus isn’t in the cards. We want to meet you in your towns and take Wake Forest to your communities. This time, we are making the commute.
In other words, we are a meeting place, a conference room, an alumni lounge, an acceptance letter, a surprise visit, a party deck, a tailgate, a flat screen TV to watch the game, a cold beer, good BBQ, a game of corn hole, and a place to reminisce about Old Wake Forest. If it’s been several years since you’ve even thought about Wake Forest, we would love to help you figure out ways plug back in. Our one measure of success: you walk away from a Streakin’ Deacon Tour event feeling better about Wake Forest. Sound like fun?
Why are we going through all this trouble you ask? Because Wake Forest cares about you. At WFU, you don’t stop being a Deacon just because you stopped paying tuition or walked across a stage. Deacon-ship is a lifelong, two-way commitment. It’s better to say “thank you” in person anyways.
North Carolina is our home so we figured it would be a good place to kick things off. From the blue mountains of Asheville to the white sands of Wilmington, we will be making stops all across NC. Although our Wake Forest alumni extend far beyond state boundaries, it is here in NC where Samuel Wait conceived the idea of a college and where we want to visit alumni in some of the towns–BIG and small–that have helped make our University so great.
Visit our website at www.streakindeacon.com and fill out a request form. Easy as Rah Rah Wake Forest Rah. Our phones are ringing off the hook so this allows us to get to know you a little without having to put you on hold. No one wants to be on hold.
We are on the road a lot so stay up to date by reading our blog and following us on twitter @streakindeac and instagram @streakindeac. We want to hear from you so share your #streakindeacon stories and holla at us if we are near you. That’s about it for now.