Sept. 15, 2008
By Vanessa Nettingham
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo.- The Colorado State athletic department has hired Doug Patmore as donor relations coordinator, the university announced Monday.
Patmore, a native of Dallas, Texas, was hired in early August and has been a part of the CSU team for a little more than a month.
Previously, before coming to Colorado State, Patmore attended the University of Georgia, where he obtained his undergraduate degree in psychology in May of 2006.
Shortly after graduating he began student work with the Georgia athletic department in 2006 until 2007, helping manage premium seating for the football and basketball seasons, and helping assist with the Varsity Athletic Club at the university. From 2007-08, he held an internship with the Georgia Bulldog Club, assisting the athletic department.
Since arriving at CSU Patmore believes that the university is an excellent fit for his personality as well as having prior experience so that he is able to sufficiently carry out his day-to-day duties and tasks. He looks forward to continuing to contribute to the building of new facilities for the athletic department, as well as increasing resources for all athletic programs.
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