R.C. Owens’ book-signing on Sunday, 6/1 in San Jose

May 30, 2008 at 10:53 PM--


Former San Francisco 49ers great R.C. Owens and other former 49ers players will attend a book-signing Sunday, June 1, along with several other former 49ers players.

Autographed copies of the book "San Francisco 49ers: Where Have You Gone?" will be available for $40 apiece with proceeds going to R.C. "Alley Oop" Owens' Bay Area Charities. The event will take place Sunday from 1-3 p.m. at World of Sports (855 Park Avenue) in San Jose.

Frank Nunley, Eason Ramson, Delvin Williams, Guy McIntyre, Cedrick Hardman and others are scheduled to attend the event.

For information on the event, call (650) 921-4191 or (408) 981-5668.





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