The clear the air meetings will be entirely private and confidential to ensure neither party feels inhibited in the discussions - which is what is meant by the phrase 'entering the Red Zone', terminology often used by the Wales rugby team and coined recently in the national media by captain Gareth Thomas.
"I'm looking forward to getting out there and meeting everyone and taking discussions 'into the Red Zone'," said Lewis. "I will be offering a frank and open assessment of recent events at WRU headquarters and ensuring that everyone who attends is fully informed once and for all.
"They will be hearing the facts straight from source, so there can be no confusion or misunderstanding based on hearsay, and I'm looking forward to getting the truth out there to the people that matter - our members who are the grassroots of Welsh rugby.
"The 'Red Zone Roadshow' will start in North Wales and we will then work our way around the rugby heartlands of the nation, taking as long as it takes to speak to everyone in need of answers."