Citizens First and Leachman Buick GMC Team up to bring First County Bowl Game to WKU

Warren County Board of Education Announces the Citizens First Bowl, presented by Leachman Buick-GMC to be held on August 26, 2017 at Western Kentucky University L.T. Smith Stadium.   The first game will feature the South Warren Spartans playing the Warren Central Dragons at 5:00 p.m.  The second game will feature the Greenwood Gators playing the Warren East Raiders at 8:00 p.m.  Advance Tickets will be $10.00.  Tickets at the WKU gate will be $12.00.

“Citizens First is committed to the young people of our community and is proud to sponsor this event.  Our schools and their athletic programs play an important role in shaping our kids’ futures.  This family-friendly event provides a wonderful venue for our student-athletes to showcase their talents and hard work, and Citizens First is happy to be a part of it.” - Todd Kanipe, President and CEO, Citizens First Bank

“It is an honor to be associated with this great event.  It is and has always been our philosophy to support our local schools and the kids and we hope that these games at WKU will provide another experience and memory for all that not only compete, but those who support these kids as well”. – David Jaggers, General Manager, Leachman Buick GMC

“This great event is made possible by the financial support of our title sponsor Citizens First Bank and our presenting sponsor, Leachman Buick-GMC.  These organizations are great community partners who have been longtime supporters of Warren County High School Athletics.” - Greenwood High School Head Football Coach Chris Seabolt

“Warren County Schools is very appreciative of Citizens First Bank and Leachman Buick-GMC’s tremendous support of our student-athletes and it’s an honor to showcase our football talent on WKU’s campus with a bowl game to kickoff the season.  This is a wonderful opportunity for our four football programs and a very special event for our school communities. ” - Warren County Board of Education Superintendent, Rob Clayton