Aug. 19, 2009
By Zak Gilbert
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - Colorado State's Fall Kickoff Luncheon, in conjunction with the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, is Aug. 27 and those planning to attend should register no later than Friday at 5 p.m.
The entertaining and high-spirited luncheon, hosted by the Hilton Fort Collins (425 W. Prospect), features remarks from football Head Coach Steve Fairchild, former Coaches of the Year Tom Hilbert (volleyball) and Bryan Berryhill (cross country), and Director of Athletics Paul Kowalczyk.
Admission is $20 for Chamber of Commerce members and Ram Club members, and $25 for the general public.
The event begins Aug. 27 with registration at 11:30 a.m., followed by the program at noon.
To register or for more information, by Friday at 5 p.m., call 970/482-3746, or download the online registration form and fax it to 970/482-3774. Online registration also is accepted at the chamber's Web site, under the "current events" box.
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