Head football coach Steve Fairchild
Aug. 19, 2009
FALL KICKOFF LUNCHEON
AUGUST 27, 2009
Hilton Fort Collins
Deadline to register is Friday, August 21!
The CSU Department of Athletics and the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce invite you to join us in kicking off the CSU Fall Sports Season at our annual luncheon!
Speakers to include:
Bryan Berryhill, Head Cross Country Coach
Former Mountain West Conference Cross Country Coach of the Year!
Tom Hilbert, Head Volleyball Coach
Coach Hilbert has led his team to 14 consecutive NCAA appearances!
Steve Fairchild, Head Football Coach
The 1st CSU coach to lead his team to a bowl game in his inaugural season!
Also speaking will be David May, Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce President and CSU Athletic Director, Paul Kowalczyk
Admission is $20 for Chamber or Ram Club Members
$25 for General Admission
Registration and payment must be received by 5 p.m. by FRIDAY AUGUST 21 .
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