FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Colorado State University Athletics has launched a new rewards program for its fans, called Rams Rewards. Rams Rewards is a free program that rewards members for connecting with the Rams on social media, attending events and games, watching Rams athletics events online and more. Coming soon, members will be rewarded points for joining the Ram Club, purchasing tickets and shop.csurams.com merchandise.
"We are excited to launch the Rams Rewards program for our fans," said Jason Layton, senior associate athletics director for sales and marketing. "Rams Rewards allows members to be rewarded for what they are already doing as Rams fans".
Fans can join Rams Rewards by signing up at ramsrewards.com or by downloading the Rams Rewards mobile app for iPhone and Android smartphones.
Members can immediately earn points for connecting on social media, downloading the Rams Rewards app and more. Rams Rewards will have daily contests for the first 30 days of the program that members can enter for a chance to win prizes. Once enrolled, members will already have enough points to enter contests for autographed memorabilia, tickets and merchandise. The first drawing begins on Friday, Aug. 22. In addition to contests, fans can redeem points for Rams gear, tickets, gift cards, merchandise and discounts.
CSU partnered with FanMaker Creative to design the Rams Rewards program. FanMaker has worked with 78 universities and professional teams on rewards and fan- engagement programs, including the Phoenix Suns, Minnesota Wild, University of Alabama and the University of Oklahoma.
"Our team is ecstatic to work with Colorado State," said Jason Cole, CEO of FanMaker. "The athletics staff has been great to work with and the CSU fan base is a passionate one. We hope we can assist in rewarding that passion and introducing new fans to Rams athletics."
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