Jan. 13, 2012
By Stuart Buchanan
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Head Coach Jim McElwain and his staff are putting together their first recruiting class at Colorado State and all fans are invited to discuss the incoming class and the upcoming season.
The Marriott Fort Collins will be hosting the Ram Roundup recruiting reception on Feb. 1 beginning at 5 p.m. The event is $35 for Ram Club members and $40 for non-members. Fans will hear from two-time national champion McElwain, as well as new Athletic Director Jack Graham. A buffet dinner will also be available throughout the evening.
If interested fans are required to RSVP by Jan. 27. Fans can respond by faxing this form to 970/491-1504 or by calling 970/491-4601.
McElwain coming to Denver
For those fans who might not be able to make the Ram Roundup recruiting reception in Fort Collins on Feb. 1, another event will be hosted at the Cherry Hills Country Club on Feb. 7 beginning at 6 p.m.
Ram Club and Cherry Hills Country Club members pay $55 to get in and non-members pay $75. This fee provides fans cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as well as the opportunity to listen to McElwain and Graham.
Fans should RSVP for the Denver event by Feb. 1 by faxing this form to 970/491-1504 or by calling 970/491-4601. Cherry Hills Country Club members are asked to RSVP directly to Cherry Hills.
All supporters are welcome to attend. Rams fans are encouraged to pass this information on to all friends and colleagues.
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