Anyone get that NCC priority seating update in the mail yesterday? Looks like section F that I am in went from no donation to cardinal. I am glad they are finally putting required donations in place to help give us a chance to move to better seats.
What are everyone elses thoughts on this info?
They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety. - Benjamin Franklin 1775
Looks like I'm going to have to bump up my donation in order to keep my seats.
We've got you covered, Bryce! We give at the Cardinal level yet like our seats (with friends) in Section 2, which require no donation. We'll need to move next season when the expansion project (widening of the concourse level) takes our seats....
I was struck by the two tables on Page 3, accompanying Pollard's message. ISU is 9th in the Big XII in # of athletic donors (5398) and dead last in average annual donation ($686). Those would be #'s from 2005.
This is what JP needs to overcome! ISU alum are proud of the school and wish we had a better athletic tradition, yet our pocketbooks stay closed when it comes to buying season tickets and making donations. C'mon people, write ISU a check for whatever you can afford and convince two of your friends to do the same! JP's trying to do his part and now we need to do ours!
Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please. - Mark Twain
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