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2014 GSC Pioneer Football Kickoff Bash

Glenville, W.Va. – With the 2014 Pioneer football season rapidly approaching, Glenville State College Head Football Coach David Hutchison would like to announce the official start of the football preseason camp with the 1st Annual Glenville State Pioneer Football Kickoff Bash on Friday, August 8th. The bash is a fundraiser with all proceeds going to help the program’s budget and scholarships. The Football Kickoff Bash will be held at I.L. & Sue Morris Stadium.

There are 500 tickets available for $100 each. With every ticket you have a chance to win over 50 cash prizes including a grand prize of $3,000. You do not have to be present at the bash to win. GSC players and coaches will be on hand at this fun and exciting event. Tickets went on sale June 1st and are going quickly. There will be music, food, and other entertainment as the start of the 2014 Pioneer football season is celebrated.

To reserve a ticket, call GSC’s Cashier’s Office at (304) 462-6190. Be sure to mention the Football Bash, and provide your information. A football staff member will contact you afterward so you can receive your ticket. If you would like to pay by check, make it payable to ‘Glenville State Football’ and mail to: GSC Athletic Department, 200 High Street, Glenville, WV 26351. Remember there are only 500 tickets being sold.

Gates open at 4:00 p.m. and dinner will be served from 4:00 until 8:00 p.m. Prize drawings will begin at 5:00 p.m. Additional admission may be purchased for $20 per person.

Prizes include: one $3,000 grand prize, one $1,500 second place prize, one $1,000 third place prize, one $500 fourth place prize, four $250 fifth place prizes, ten $100 sixth place prizes, twenty $50 seventh place prizes, and twenty $25 eighth place prizes. There will also be a silent auction and other door prizes available at the event.

For more information contact Dave McEntire at (304) 462-6225.

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