As part of its poster reveal, CSU volleyball is giving away several prizes on Saturday through Instagram, including a pair of season tickets.
June 23, 2014
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FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Colorado State volleyball team will reveal its 2014 schedule poster on Saturday, building excitement for the upcoming season. In addition to the poster unveil, followers of CSU volleyball’s Instagram account will have the opportunity to win prizes, including gear, tickets and an autographed volleyball. One grand-prize winner will receive a pair of season tickets for the 2014 season.
“Our fans on social media give our program great exposure, and help us continue to be successful on the court,” Head Coach Tom Hilbert said. “We genuinely appreciate our loyal social following, and want to reward our engaged fans by giving away some premium prizes.”
Beginning Saturday at 10 a.m., CSU volleyball’s Instagram account will go private, meaning only those following the account at that time will be able to see content for the remainder of the afternoon. Over the next two hours, five schedule posters will be rolled up and hidden across the city of Fort Collins.
Photos will be posted to the account, giving fans clues as to where the posters are hidden. The first person to find each poster and share a photo with it using the hashtag #RamsPosterPride will receive a prize.
Three winners will receive a pair of tickets to a match of their choice, one will be given a Tom Hilbert autographed volleyball and one will win a pair of season tickets for the 2014 season. All five winners will also receive a CSU volleyball Under Armour T-shirt.
The contest is open to all Instagram followers as of 10 a.m. Saturday.
Season tickets for the 2014 season are now on sale. The Rams host 15 matches this fall, including national runner-up Wisconsin in addition to two other NCAA tournament teams.
CSU is coming off a record-breaking season in which the Rams set multiple program marks, including 27 consecutive victories and a .933 winning percentage. CSU won its fifth consecutive Mountain West title, earned a trip to the NCAA tournament for the 19th straight season, was ranked as high as No. 9 nationally and finished seventh for attendance.
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