Ticket Sales, Southern Boosters, and Eagle Sports Marketing
The Eagles need your support to pack Our House’. Ticket plans begin at $125 per ticket or with the Subway Family Plan of $70 per ticket with a minimum of three tickets purchased. Fans can call 1-800-GSU-WINS to order their 2008 season tickets and help make “The Prettiest Little Stadium in
Southern Boosters, Inc. is the private fundraising arm for Georgia Southern Athletics that raises funds to provide scholarship assistance to Georgia Southern University's student-athletes and other priority needs of the Georgia Southern University Department of Athletics. There are a number of ways in which fans can help Southern Boosters support more than 380 student-athletes as they pursue their dream of earning a ring and a diploma while competing for the Blue and White. By donating to Southern Boosters, you are giving "For All the Right Reasons".
Southern Boosters’ goal for the 2008 campaign is $1 million in support of
Eagle Sports Marketing has partnered with local, regional and national companies to provide advertising, sponsorships, promotional items, marketing, and public appearances of not only members of the Georgia Southern Athletic Department coaching staff and GUS.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available for the 2008-09 sports year, which range from title sponsorship of a football game, to signage provided on scoreboards and throughout the stadium, to corporate tailgates and group ticket prices, to the televised Coaches Shows (Football, Men’s Basketball and Baseball).
Eagle Sports Marketing is in charge of all sponsorship revenue as well as marketing and promotions for all 15 sports sponsored by Georgia Southern University. Georgia Southern Athletics could not operate without the continued support of its many sponsors and looks forward to another banner year in attendance, ticket sales, and sponsorship revenue. To find out how Eagle Sports Marketing can help promote your business please call Matt Taylor at (912) 478-1500.
- Category: Athletics
- Published on Thursday, 03 July 2008 00:17