Feb. 21, 2008
It's time for the Rams to invade Wyoming for the Border War and we want our fans there!!!
C.J. Streit, Charlie Peterson and Bill Shaffter are helping the Slam Dunk Club put together a road-trip bus to help support the women's basketball team in Laramie against the Cowgirls on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 7 pm. The bus will leave Moby Arena around 5:15 p.m. Wyoming had a pretty good showing when it visited Fort Collins, and we want to help return the favor. Here is what you'll get on the road trip:
Round-trip transportation on a charter CSU bus to Wyoming (tip for the driver is included)
Ticket to the game for a reserved seat (group will be together to make as much noise as possible!)
Meal on the bus: Includes a delicious sandwich (your choice from a menu), chips, a drink and a cookie!
Bottle of Water
Fun and memories!
The small cost per person will be $28 for everything. We want to establish a fun, exciting atmosphere for both our women's players and our fans. The women need your support and truly hope you will join them in Laramie. Please RSVP to CSU as soon as possible as space is limited and fans have already started signing up. Deadline to sign up is Monday, Feb. 25. We're also inviting former players to join us as well as any friends of Slam Dunk members.
Gather your friends and family and let's go up to Laramie and show the Cowgirls what RAM PRIDE is all about! GO RAMS!!!
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