The Richmond Register


April 19, 2013

OVC FOOTBALL: Worn Cleat Club reverse raffle, EKU season football tickets on sale

FRANKFORT — The Worn Cleat Club is holding a fundraiser this spring to benefit the Eastern Kentucky University football team.

The reverse raffle will be held at 7 p.m. today at Gillum’s Sports Lounge, with the winning ticket scheduled to receive $10,000.

Each reverse raffle ticket costs $100 and can be purchased at the raffle.

You do not need to be present to win.

EKU football season             tickets on sale

Colonel fans can now purchase your 2013 Eastern Kentucky University football season tickets.

This year’s home schedule includes exciting match-ups against Coastal Carolina, Tennessee State and Tennessee Tech. The season starts with a Thursday game under the lights against Robert Morris (Aug. 29).

As a special promotion, any fan who purchases chair back season tickets at Saturday’s spring game will receive two free general admission tickets to the home opener against Robert Morris.

In addition to receiving a discount, season ticket holders receive first access to things such as NCAA playoff tickets, exclusive season ticket holder events and more.

Season ticket prices for reserved seats is $72 and for general admission is $60.

To purchase box seats or chair back seats, fans must be members of the Colonel Club. Box seats are $132 each and chair backs seats are $108.

EKU faculty and staff receive a 50 percent discount on reserved and general admission season tickets.

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