July 16, 2012
CSU Athletics is set to begin the 2012 Ram Charge Membership Drive to create momentum heading into the fall. Beginning July 17th, over 100 Ram Captain volunteers will be reaching out to friends, alumni, and fans of CSU Athletics to encourage membership in the Ram Club and season ticket purchases. With a goal of welcoming 250 new Ram Club members and 200 season ticket holders as part of the team during the drive period, which will conclude on August 31, the Ram Charge will lead CSU Athletics programs forward through the summer and into a fun and exciting fall sports season. Ram Captains are working alongside CSU Athletics to engage those who have a passion for the Rams and want to become involved and make an impact. In return for encouraging others to join the Ram Club and purchase tickets, Ram Captains are eligible for great incentives including official CSU Athletics apparel items and unique experiences with CSU coaches and programs.
The Bold New Era in Ram Athletics has energized Ram fans all across the nation. Over 330 new Ram Club members have joined already during the 2012 year with excitement building toward the start of the fall sports season. "People are taking notice," said Doug Patmore, Director of the CSU Athletics Ram Club. "Ram Club membership numbers are becoming more representative of the actual number of Ram fans that are out there. More people are beginning to realize how important it is to invest in the success of our students and programs." Investments by university leadership, a brand new student athletics support group, and facility improvements that are already underway are just a few items that illustrate the growing culture of excellence surrounding Ram Athletics.
Memberships in the Ram Club, starting at just $100, directly impact student-athletes and the programs they compete for. Exclusive benefits that are designed to enhance the fan experience are available to members throughout the year as a reward for their investments. From access to players and coaches to premium seating options at sports events, Ram Club members are recognized all year long for their support. Memberships are not only for those who have access to sports events throughout the year. Ram Club members who live outside of Northern Colorado have access to exclusive information about their favorite sports programs and receive membership items during the year as a way to thank them for their support. To make joining as easy as possible, Ram fans may make gifts over a period of time in order to reach their desired membership level. Those who are interested in joining the Ram Club and leading CSU Athletics forward into the Bold New Era may join online by clicking here or calling the Ram Club office at (970) 491-4666.
Football season tickets are now on sale for the 2012 campaign and have been reduced in price to just $199 for a sideline seat, and $150 for a north end zone seat. Season ticket packages include all six home games plus the Cinch Jeans Rocky Mountain Showdown at Sports Authority Field in Denver. Family Four Pack tickets are also available and include two adult tickets and two youth tickets for just $400. CSU Football tickets offer an outstanding value to individuals and businesses who want to be a part of the Bold New Era in Ram Athletics. Click here for more information, or contact the CSU Ticket office at 1-800-491-RAMS(7267) to learn more about great options for 2012 football season tickets.
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