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The 2014 home season begins on Thursday, Sept. 4, with a nationally-televised game against the Arizona Wildcats. We’ve designated this as Chamber Appreciation Night. We’re asking your members to dress in orange, come early to participate in expanded pregame activities and be as loud as ever in support of the Roadrunners.

We have asked our UTSA External Affairs staff to call you and set up a face-to-face visit to discuss this exciting opportunity. If you would like to talk with an external affairs manager today or set up a visit, please call IMG Ticket Solutions General Manager Aaron Johnson at (210) 458-4188.

Excellent seats remain for the game. We would like to visit with you about encouraging your members to attend the home opener, sit as a group in a special section and be recognized during pregame activities. With the purchase of 20 tickets, one member of your Chamber will be invited to participate in the pregame coin toss ceremony on the field prior to kickoff.

The youngsters who began the program now are seniors and eligible for a postseason bowl game for the first time. They’re already on campus this summer working in the weight room preparing for a run at the Conference USA Championship and one of at least five C-USA bowl slots.

We could not have built a successful football program in such a short period without the support of area businesses. Your Chamber works every day to make San Antonio and the surrounding communities a great place to live, work and play.

We want you front and center for our 2014 bowl drive. Remember this is your town and your team. It always will be, so let’s make it a season to remember for our students, alumni, faculty, fans and your Chamber members.

Go Runners!

Sincerely,

John Montford mug shot Lynn Hickey mug shot Larry Coker mug shot
John Montford
Chamber Appreciation Night Chairman
Lynn Hickey
UTSA Roadrunners
Director of Athletics
Larry Coker
UTSA Roadrunners
Head Football Coach
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