Time is running out to participate in the Kennesaw State Football season ticket program. Only three…
Georgia (Jan 13, 2015) —
Time is running out to participate in the Kennesaw State Football season ticket program. Only three weeks remain for fans to become a part of the Letter of Intent (LOI) Program and participate in the Priority Seat Selection Process at Fifth Third Bank Stadium.
According to the Kennesaw State Department of Athletics, the deadline to submit an LOI along with a $20 refundable deposit and a donation paid in full to The Owls Fund is Monday, Feb. 2.
"After two years of informing the public and receiving tremendous response from fans and the community, we are now in a two-minute drill for those fans who have not yet submitted a season ticket deposit and donated to The Owls Fund," said Bobby Lindsey, director of ticket sales and operations. "If fans have not yet submitted a season ticket deposit and a paid-in-full donation The Owls Fund by Feb. 2, they will miss out on the opportunity."
The LOI Program is a formal request that requires a deposit to participate in the Priority Seat Selection Process, which uses points to fairly distribute priority when selecting seat locations among donors. All seats will be $99 for the season plus a donation to The Owls Fund.
To date, 4,100 season ticket deposits have been submitted with a projected 3,600 seats available for purchase. The only way to secure season tickets is to submit an LOI and become a donor to The Owls Fund. No single-game tickets are anticipated to be available due to season ticket demand.
The seat selection process will begin on Feb. 23 at Fifth Third Bank Stadium. Fans will select their seats based on their Priority Points ranking, and seat location will be determined by donation level.
Premium seating options also are available at Fifth Third Bank Stadium through 12 premium suites, concourse suites and in the Superior Plumbing Loge Section. A premium suite costs $33,216 per year and is a five-year term. Pricing includes the cost of tickets and a tax-deductible donation to The Owls Fund.
A concourse suite costs $10,000 per year and is a three-year term. Pricing includes the cost of tickets and a tax-deductible donation to The Owls Fund.
There are three options in the Superior Plumbing Loge seating, including field suites, six-seat boxes and two-seat tables. As with the premium and concourse suites, pricing for the loge includes the cost of tickets and a tax-deductible donation to The Owls Fund.
There are two field suites available that include 12 tickets each for $10,000. The second option is the six-seat box. There are 12 available for $5,000 each. The third option in the loge seating is a two-seat table. There are 21 available for $2,500 per year.
More information on the Priority Points Program is available at www.KennesawStateFootball.com. Fans can talk to a ticket representative and submit their LOI by calling the KSU Athletics Ticket Office at 470-578-OWLS (6957).
Those interested in premium seating opportunities should contact Erin Wissing, director of development, at (470) 578-7836 or email her at email@example.com.
Kennesaw State will play six home games during its inaugural season that includes non-conference contests against Edward Waters (Sept. 12), Paine College (Sept. 19) and Point University (Oct. 10). The Owls also will host Big South Conference opponents Gardner-Webb (Oct. 17), Monmouth (Oct. 31) and Charleston Southern (Nov. 7).
Fifth Third Bank is the Official Bank of Kennesaw State Athletics. Fifth Third Bank Stadium is the home of women's soccer, women's lacrosse and football, which will play its inaugural season in 2015.
Keep up with Kennesaw State Athletics by following KSU on Twitter @KSUOwlNation and or by liking Kennesaw State Owls on Facebook. You also can follow Kennesaw State football at @KennesawSTFB and The Owls fund on Twitter at @TheOwlsFund.
-- Robert S. Godlewski
A leader in innovative teaching and learning, Kennesaw State University offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees to its more than 41,000 students. With 11 colleges on two metro Atlanta campuses, Kennesaw State is a member of the University System of Georgia and the second-largest university in the state. The university’s vibrant campus culture, diverse population, strong global ties and entrepreneurial spirit draw students from throughout the region and from 126 countries across the globe. Kennesaw State is a Carnegie-designated doctoral research institution (R2), placing it among an elite group of only 6 percent of U.S. colleges and universities with an R1 or R2 status. For more information, visit kennesaw.edu.