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By Edythe Bradley

Season ticket packages for the 2010 Albany State University Golden Rams football season are now on sale. Season tickets are $70 each, according to ASU Athletics Director Dr. Richard H. Williams.

“We encourage our Golden Rams fans to take advantage of the season ticket offer and save money,” Dr. Williams said. “Fans who purchase the season ticket can save $15, which is a better deal than purchasing individual game tickets.”

The season ticket packages are good for ASU home games only. The package includes tickets for games against the Clark Atlanta University Panthers on Sept. 11, Lane College Dragons on Oct. 2, the homecoming game against the Miles College Golden Bears on Oct. 9, and the Stillman College Tigers on Oct. 30.

Individual game tickets, which go on sale a week prior to each football game, are $20 for adults and $7 for kindergarten through 12th grade students. Homecoming game tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for K-12 students.

Individual game tickets and season ticket packages can be purchased on campus at the ASU Business Office Cashier’s Window in the ACAD Building, and at Odyssey Records, Capitol City Bank, Connie’s Corner and June Bug’s Grocery. Individual game tickets can be purchased at the Petro Store on Radium Springs Road. Active members of the ASU Alumni Association may purchase season tickets at a reduced rate at the ASU Office of Alumni Affairs Office in ACAD, Room 389C.

Fans may download and complete the attached ticket order form for season and individual game tickets. Mail the completed form and payment to Sharon Smith, Albany State University Financial Operations Office, 504 College Drive, Albany, GA 31705.

For more information, call 430-1754.

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