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Posted: 6/23/2014 8:57 PM

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Preaching to the choir here I know.  But everyone, no matter their situation, should find something on the list they can do.  I'm sure there are more.  Add to the list if you have other ideas.

Join the Red Wolves Foundation
At the minimum level of $50 it is less than a dollar a week.  Really?  One dollar a week. For that you get seating priority for post-season.  It's also tax deductible.  What does it do?  It gets some money into the coffer but most importantly it allows our fundraisers to go out and tell corporate donors, politicians, and others that we have x number of foundation members and grew our membership by x this year.  Those numbers are important. Most will also find that they don't really miss that dollar a week.  Cost: $1 per week.

Get a Red Wolves Car Tag
If you live in Arkansas, get one for every vehicle.  They cost $25 more than regular plates and that money goes into a scholarship fund.  $25 isn't that much for most folks. Your plate in Jonesboro directly challenges the myth that there are more fans of other schools in Jonesboro than A-State fans.  Your plate elsewhere in the state is a visible reminder that we are here.  It's also very cool when you see another Red Wolf plate 1200 miles from home. Cost: about 50 cents a week

Join the Alumni Association
Individual is $36.  With spouse is $48.  Membership in the ASU Alumni Association is open to all graduates, former students, friends, and persons who have an interest in A-State.  You get a bunch of discounts that will more than likely pay for the membership several times over, particularly if you live in Jonesboro.  It also gets you into AA events at bowls and such. Cost: less than $1 a week

Buy Season Tickets
Reserved benchback is $115.  Number of season tickets sold is a number a lot of people look at.  It is also predictable revenue that isn't subject to the ups and downs of weather or other factors.  It is a sign of the fans dedication to the program over the whole season, win or lose.  Cost: a little over $2 per week

Show Up Early, Leave Late
The worst thing in the world is to be walking in the parking lot and hearing an enormous roar out of the stadium.  I know someone who was in the parking lot heading for the car when Joe Duren kicked the miracle win against McNeese.  Doh!  The traffic is not THAT bad.  Cost: $0

Steel Yourself
Reenacting Noah's flood during the SEMO game was a unique experience.  Nobody really wants to sit in that to see us play SEMO.  But my bunch did and it became a memory that stands out.  It becomes a point of pride.  Did you stay for all of the SEMO game?  Did you freeze your butt off at the Georgia State game?  If you are healthy and don't have kids to take, just get up and force yourself to ignore the weather forecast whatever it is.  It's not Green Bay.  Are we losing?  Steel yourself and stay the entire game. Cost: $0

Be Loud
We have some folks who got trained back in the day when there wasn't much to cheer about.  They sat and watched and hoped.  Those folks need to retrain themselves.  Roll up your program, stand up, and yell when they have the ball.  Leave with no voice. Cost: $0

Put a Sticker on Every Vehicle
This is especially true if you can't afford an A-State car tag.  A sticker costs from $0 to $3.  It serves the same purpose as the car tag minus the scholarship money.  It is something every student and fan can do cheaply that increases the visibility of the university and athletics. Cost: $0 to $3

Politics
If you interact with a politician or a candidate...let them know that the advancement of the university is a key issue for you.  If they don't hear it they don't pay attention to it.  You never know when it will make a difference on some issue involving A-State if the politician has heard it from two or three different people.  If there is an issue going on...write a letter.  They pay more attention to letters than e-mails.  Cost: a stamp

Fly Car Flags on Gameday
It's an event that happens only a few times a year.  It's okay to go all out. Cost: a few bucks for some flags

Wolves Up
Do it.  I do it when I see someone with a car tag or wearing A-State gear.  Particularly if I'm not in Jonesboro.  It's a great way to acknowledge each other.  I also like to see the reactions of fans of other schools.  They vary.  Which brings up..... Cost: $0

Don't Be Shy
We've sort of been bullied to conform by fans of other schools.  We're not supposed to be highly visible.  Screw that.  Walking around Bentonville in a Red Wolf shirt is not a problem. Cost: $0

Wear your Gear 
If I'm not at work, I'm in a Red Wolves shirt 99% of the time.  There's only so many opportunities to increase visibility for A-State so I use them. Cost: $0

Attend Another Sport
We averaged 1805 in 2013 for WBB.  Arkansas averaged 1933.  UALR averaged 2719.  Those are the first goals to reach in that sport.  Taking wives and daughters is a good thing.  Some of these sports have low attendance everywhere.  It's a distinct recruiting advantage if you can incrementally increase your attendance.  Give those coaches some ammo. Cost: ticket price

Evangelize
Never miss an opportunity to promote the program face to face.  Let people know why its important to support the university and its athletics.  Let them know the impact on the local economy.  Let them know what supporting A-State can do for the city and area. Encourage them to do some of the stuff on this list.  Learn the history of your school and the common myths and stupid arguments detractors use and be ready with the actual facts. Stand up for your school.  Cost: $0

Participate in Social Media
Follow/like all the official A-State accounts and sports.  Recruits do look at how many followers a potential school has and how active they are.  If everyone who followed A-State Athletics (8,000+) on Twitter followed A-State football (3,500+) and the others sports...that would be impressive.  There isn't any reason not to even if you really aren't interested in the sport because you can "mute" any accounts you don't want on your timeline, and you will just get the notifications without the timeline clutter.  Follow and Like. Cost: $0

Participate on Message Boards
Interact on message boards.  A-State boards, conference boards, general sports forums, comment sections, etc.  Let fans of other schools know that we have an active fan base.  There are some schools that are almost silent and have no fans interacting. There are schools that were in our conference that went months without a post on their message boards.  The impression is....those schools don't really have dedicated fans. Cost: $0

Get Involved With the Support Clubs
Get involved in the support clubs for the various sports. You will have a better appreciation for all the hard work that takes place behind the scenes to make all of this work.

Deck Out Your Workspace
Let your co-workers know that you are a Red Wolves fan.  It may encourage others.

Gifts
If you don't like getting gifts, or know someone who gives bad ones....suggest that instead of giving you a birthday or Christmas present they instead donate to the Red Wolf Foundation.

Attend Watch Parties
If fans set up watch parties for away games and bowl games, attend and interact.  This allows you to network with other A-State fans and also helps bar/restaurant owners figure out that there is a market there that they can serve.

Invite Others To Games
Invite others.  If you are a student act like everyone going to the game is your expectation.  Invite your family.  Invite your friends.  Invite visitors. Invite co-workers.  Invite church friends.  Find people to bring to games.  This is especially true of those who have never attended.

Last edited 8/28/2014 11:24 PM by ark30inf

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Posted: 6/24/2014 3:09 AM

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Well said.
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Posted: 6/24/2014 7:28 AM

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I might add to get involved in the support clubs. You will have a better appreciation for all the hard work that takes place behind the scenes to make all of this work.
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Posted: 6/24/2014 9:13 AM

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so which ones contribute to the program the most? I'm already a part of the car tag and not sure if joining alumni association, touchdown club or season tickets would be the next logical step?
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Posted: 6/24/2014 9:27 AM

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If your intent is to support the sports programs,  then chose season tickets, Touchdown Club, or Red Wolves Foundation.

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Posted: 6/24/2014 10:08 AM

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FloridaGirl3 wrote: If your intent is to support the sports programs,  then chose season tickets, Touchdown Club, or Red Wolves Foundation.

Aren't you automatically in the TD Club now if you're a RWF member?  Maybe I misunderstood the new donation stuff.  My next steps are the car tag and alumni assoc.  Already proudly display a big magnet on my tailgate all over central Arkansas.
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Posted: 6/24/2014 10:43 AM

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I'm printing this list off and making it my mission to complete all these items this year, starting with Participate on Message Boards cool

Could we add deck out work space?! I'm pretty sure I have the most Red Wolf desk area in Conway!

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Posted: 6/24/2014 11:05 AM

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FloridaGirl3 wrote: If your intent is to support the sports programs,  then chose season tickets, Touchdown Club, or Red Wolves Foundation.
All the money raised by each support group has to by NCAA law go into the general Foundation kitty but the AD office does a good job of making sure money raised by each club goes to the corresponding team. So TD Club only raises money for Football.
If your are a RW Foundation member at a certain level then you are automatically can be a TD Club member.
The key is getting involved in helping raise the money.
I know not everyone can attend the weekly meetings but everyone of us regardless of where we live probably have a company that would donate an item to sell in the silent auction.
As Yogi Bera would say ..."that's almost like cash!"
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Posted: 6/24/2014 11:20 AM

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Hunn85 wrote: I might add to get involved in the support clubs. You will have a better appreciation for all the hard work that takes place behind the scenes to make all of this work.
Not to mention that you'll feel more ownership of the program. Leading to more involvement and being a more passionate fan. That's been my experience, any way.
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Posted: 6/24/2014 11:40 AM

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I do most of what was mentioned, and I'll work on the rest. I give $250 per year to the RWF. I really can't pay it all at once, so I'm set up on a bank draft. $20 and change per MONTH. Who can't do that?? Join the RWF and help our student athletes!!
Go Red Wolves!!!
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Posted: 6/24/2014 12:22 PM

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RamblinRedWolf wrote: so which ones contribute to the program the most? I'm already a part of the car tag and not sure if joining alumni association, touchdown club or season tickets would be the next logical step?

Here's my advice for what it is worth. If sports is your interest, Alumni is lowest on your priority list unless you are traveling to games where they do alumni tailgates on a regular basis.

RWF donations give you priority for things like bowl tickets and since we are going to a "lifetime" rather than annual view, $100 to RWF scores you points and gets you a yearly giving points bonus. If you itemize remember though that the deductible portion is reduced a bit to offset the value of what you give. RWF donations go into the big pile so they give flexibility in budgeting.

Second on my priority list would be TD Club (or whatever sport you prefer). That is designated money and can only support that sport. For example football uses theirs for covering some of the costs of official visits and reimbursing coaches for recruiting trips and such as well as other needs. I think those donations are 100% deductible if you itemize unless they've started offering incentives.

Third on my list is tickets. There is no deductibility and there are more limits imposed on how the money can be used. For example $100 to RWF can go toward paying coaches more than the state line item while ticket revenue cannot be used for that.

But your mileage may vary. If you don't itemize your taxes and aren't worried about being a little bit higher up the pile for post-season tickets but do value knowing you have a seat and where that seat is, then for $230 you can have two reserved benchback or bench seats and be in the same place for every home game.  

Let's do a hypothetical budget of roughly $500 (works out to $50 a month with you taking off November and December to have more cash for Christmas). In all of these I keep it under $500 and use the minimums for each donation level, you are more than free to donate more than the minimum for a level.

-You can buy four reserved tickets for $460. No tax deduction, no priority points, but you have four assigned seats to every home game.
-You can donate $500 to RWF and if I remember correctly you also get membership in two sport specific clubs of your choosing and if I remember the points system correctly you get 6 points. 1 for a year of giving and 5 for each $100. Downside is you don't get parking because you won't have season tickets.
- You can buy two reserved bench seats for $230 and join RWF at the $250 level.If you itemize you can deduct around $200. You score 3 points (previous caveat in place because I don't have the new plan in front of me). You would also receive a parking pass for football and again I think you get two sport clubs on top of that.
- You can get two chairback seats for $350 and donate to RWF at the $100 level. You can deduct around $80. You get 2 points with RWF. No parking pass and you get membership in one sport specific club.

So it's not a one-size fits all situation, they give you some freedom to tailor what you can afford to what means the most to you.

NEVER let "just good enough" be acceptable for A-State again!
-RedWolfRushing

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Posted: 6/24/2014 12:31 PM

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69rsss wrote: I do most of what was mentioned, and I'll work on the rest. I give $250 per year to the RWF. I really can't pay it all at once, so I'm set up on a bank draft. $20 and change per MONTH. Who can't do that?? Join the RWF and help our student athletes!!

Or if you are an old fart who doesn't want to hand your banking info over to the school and worry about your banking info being contained in yet another computer, you can do what I do.

I use the free online bill pay from my bank to mail them a check every payday. My wife and I get paid on opposite Fridays and for a time I paid my RWF dues weekly, now I do it bi-weekly primarily because I got sick of receiving a receipt every week because the system is automated and they wouldn't just bundle them up and mail them every month or so.

NEVER let "just good enough" be acceptable for A-State again!
-RedWolfRushing

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Posted: 6/24/2014 2:23 PM

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ark30inf wrote: 
Join the Alumni Association
Individual is $36.  With spouse is $48.  Membership in the ASU Alumni Association is open to all graduates, former students, friends, and persons who have an interest in A-State.  You get a bunch of discounts that will more than likely pay for the membership several times over, particularly if you live in Jonesboro.  It also gets you into AA events at bowls and such. Cost: less than $1 a week

To be a little more specific on this item.  Everyone should consider being a part of the 1924 Sustaining Life Membership program.  I received two free tickets to the alumni tailgate in Mobile the last two years and there are several more perks.  They have payment plans to fit any budget.  Follow this link to learn more:  http://astatealumni.org/s/153...=1&pgid=336

"We are....A-State !!!"
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Posted: 6/24/2014 10:15 PM

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I've been an Aumni Association member and didn't see any benefit really. There aren't many places that give aa discounts and they rarely do away game tailgates. There needs to be more perks...The Cooper center is drastically under utilized...they don't even do the 5th quarter homecoming party anymore.
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Posted: 6/26/2014 10:52 AM

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I just doubled my RWF donation.

I'm also too old to have any need for birthday presents so I ask people to donate to RWF instead. Donating to RWF is also a Christmas present I will really appreciate.

That's a good way to ease people in if they are going to spend some money for you anyway but wouldnt join for themselves.

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Posted: 6/26/2014 2:09 PM

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stAtelyWolf wrote: I've been an Aumni Association member and didn't see any benefit really. There aren't many places that give aa discounts and they rarely do away game tailgates. There needs to be more perks...The Cooper center is drastically under utilized...they don't even do the 5th quarter homecoming party anymore.
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Would be nice to have it be a standing tailgate venue for members even if it is just cokes and pizza.

NEVER let "just good enough" be acceptable for A-State again!
-RedWolfRushing

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Posted: 6/27/2014 7:35 AM

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I think it would be good for ASU fans in Memphis to coalesce and do more watch parties. It would be even better if you could get ASU fans in Memphis to travel to Jonesboro for games.
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Posted: 6/27/2014 8:50 AM

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stAtelyWolf wrote: I've been an Aumni Association member and didn't see any benefit really. There aren't many places that give aa discounts and they rarely do away game tailgates. There needs to be more perks...The Cooper center is drastically under utilized...they don't even do the 5th quarter homecoming party anymore.
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This list doesn't seem to bad to me?  Plus, how about the idea of giving something for nothing, instead of the "what have you done for me lately?" mentality?

"We are....A-State !!!"

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Posted: 8/28/2014 11:24 PM

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Bumping due to an addition.
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Posted: 8/29/2014 6:10 AM

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Decorating your home's yard with Red Wolf stuff, your entrance door with Red Wolf floor mats etc let's family and visitors know just how important ASU is to you. My family knows that any gift that is of a Red Wolf nature is highly valued and very much appreciated.
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Posted: 8/29/2014 6:31 AM

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Plan a Watch Party yourself!  We found the restaurants in Searcy (Rib Crib and Pizza Hut/Wings To Go) more than willing to host a party.  It is a Win/Win for them.  It brings in customers that stay and keep eating!  Our first one is at the Rib Crib Saturday, September 6 at 11:00 for the Tennessee game.  If you know anyone in White County please tell them to come and support the Red Wolves.  The manager told us that we could come in and decorate also.  I will have RWF information so that attendees can join also.  Go Red Wolves!!!
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Posted: 8/29/2014 7:28 AM

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ark30inf wrote:

Preaching to the choir here I know.  But everyone, no matter their situation, should find something on the list they can do.  I'm sure there are more.  Add to the list if you have other ideas.

Join the Red Wolves Foundation
At the minimum level of $50 it is less than a dollar a week.  Really?  One dollar a week. For that you get seating priority for post-season.  It's also tax deductible.  What does it do?  It gets some money into the coffer but most importantly it allows our fundraisers to go out and tell corporate donors, politicians, and others that we have x number of foundation members and grew our membership by x this year.  Those numbers are important. Most will also find that they don't really miss that dollar a week.  Cost: $1 per week.

Get a Red Wolves Car Tag
If you live in Arkansas, get one for every vehicle.  They cost $25 more than regular plates and that money goes into a scholarship fund.  $25 isn't that much for most folks. Your plate in Jonesboro directly challenges the myth that there are more fans of other schools in Jonesboro than A-State fans.  Your plate elsewhere in the state is a visible reminder that we are here.  It's also very cool when you see another Red Wolf plate 1200 miles from home. Cost: about 50 cents a week

Join the Alumni Association
Individual is $36.  With spouse is $48.  Membership in the ASU Alumni Association is open to all graduates, former students, friends, and persons who have an interest in A-State.  You get a bunch of discounts that will more than likely pay for the membership several times over, particularly if you live in Jonesboro.  It also gets you into AA events at bowls and such. Cost: less than $1 a week

Buy Season Tickets
Reserved benchback is $115.  Number of season tickets sold is a number a lot of people look at.  It is also predictable revenue that isn't subject to the ups and downs of weather or other factors.  It is a sign of the fans dedication to the program over the whole season, win or lose.  Cost: a little over $2 per week

Show Up Early, Leave Late
The worst thing in the world is to be walking in the parking lot and hearing an enormous roar out of the stadium.  I know someone who was in the parking lot heading for the car when Joe Duren kicked the miracle win against McNeese.  Doh!  The traffic is not THAT bad.  Cost: $0

Steel Yourself
Reenacting Noah's flood during the SEMO game was a unique experience.  Nobody really wants to sit in that to see us play SEMO.  But my bunch did and it became a memory that stands out.  It becomes a point of pride.  Did you stay for all of the SEMO game?  Did you freeze your butt off at the Georgia State game?  If you are healthy and don't have kids to take, just get up and force yourself to ignore the weather forecast whatever it is.  It's not Green Bay.  Are we losing?  Steel yourself and stay the entire game. Cost: $0

Be Loud
We have some folks who got trained back in the day when there wasn't much to cheer about.  They sat and watched and hoped.  Those folks need to retrain themselves.  Roll up your program, stand up, and yell when they have the ball.  Leave with no voice. Cost: $0

Put a Sticker on Every Vehicle
This is especially true if you can't afford an A-State car tag.  A sticker costs from $0 to $3.  It serves the same purpose as the car tag minus the scholarship money.  It is something every student and fan can do cheaply that increases the visibility of the university and athletics. Cost: $0 to $3

Politics
If you interact with a politician or a candidate...let them know that the advancement of the university is a key issue for you.  If they don't hear it they don't pay attention to it.  You never know when it will make a difference on some issue involving A-State if the politician has heard it from two or three different people.  If there is an issue going on...write a letter.  They pay more attention to letters than e-mails.  Cost: a stamp

Fly Car Flags on Gameday
It's an event that happens only a few times a year.  It's okay to go all out. Cost: a few bucks for some flags

Wolves Up
Do it.  I do it when I see someone with a car tag or wearing A-State gear.  Particularly if I'm not in Jonesboro.  It's a great way to acknowledge each other.  I also like to see the reactions of fans of other schools.  They vary.  Which brings up..... Cost: $0

Don't Be Shy
We've sort of been bullied to conform by fans of other schools.  We're not supposed to be highly visible.  Screw that.  Walking around Bentonville in a Red Wolf shirt is not a problem. Cost: $0

Wear your Gear 
If I'm not at work, I'm in a Red Wolves shirt 99% of the time.  There's only so many opportunities to increase visibility for A-State so I use them. Cost: $0

Attend Another Sport
We averaged 1805 in 2013 for WBB.  Arkansas averaged 1933.  UALR averaged 2719.  Those are the first goals to reach in that sport.  Taking wives and daughters is a good thing.  Some of these sports have low attendance everywhere.  It's a distinct recruiting advantage if you can incrementally increase your attendance.  Give those coaches some ammo. Cost: ticket price

Evangelize
Never miss an opportunity to promote the program face to face.  Let people know why its important to support the university and its athletics.  Let them know the impact on the local economy.  Let them know what supporting A-State can do for the city and area. Encourage them to do some of the stuff on this list.  Learn the history of your school and the common myths and stupid arguments detractors use and be ready with the actual facts. Stand up for your school.  Cost: $0

Participate in Social Media
Follow/like all the official A-State accounts and sports.  Recruits do look at how many followers a potential school has and how active they are.  If everyone who followed A-State Athletics (8,000+) on Twitter followed A-State football (3,500+) and the others sports...that would be impressive.  There isn't any reason not to even if you really aren't interested in the sport because you can "mute" any accounts you don't want on your timeline, and you will just get the notifications without the timeline clutter.  Follow and Like. Cost: $0

Participate on Message Boards
Interact on message boards.  A-State boards, conference boards, general sports forums, comment sections, etc.  Let fans of other schools know that we have an active fan base.  There are some schools that are almost silent and have no fans interacting. There are schools that were in our conference that went months without a post on their message boards.  The impression is....those schools don't really have dedicated fans. Cost: $0

Get Involved With the Support Clubs
Get involved in the support clubs for the various sports. You will have a better appreciation for all the hard work that takes place behind the scenes to make all of this work.

Deck Out Your Workspace
Let your co-workers know that you are a Red Wolves fan.  It may encourage others.

Gifts
If you don't like getting gifts, or know someone who gives bad ones....suggest that instead of giving you a birthday or Christmas present they instead donate to the Red Wolf Foundation.

Attend Watch Parties
If fans set up watch parties for away games and bowl games, attend and interact.  This allows you to network with other A-State fans and also helps bar/restaurant owners figure out that there is a market there that they can serve.

Invite Others To Games
Invite others.  If you are a student act like everyone going to the game is your expectation.  Invite your family.  Invite your friends.  Invite visitors. Invite co-workers.  Invite church friends.  Find people to bring to games.  This is especially true of those who have never attended.

This is awesome and all great ideas .. The last one is FIRST on my list..  Of course,
extra season tickets are needed..  Nothing tops taking others to their first game..
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I've been an Aumni Association member and didn't see any benefit really. There aren't many places that give aa discounts and they rarely do away game tailgates. There needs to be more perks...The Cooper center is drastically under utilized...they don't even do the 5th quarter homecoming party anymore.
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JFK's famous quote "ask not what your country can do for you but rather what you can do for your country" applies here. I don't get any benefit from being an Alumni Association member either but for $46 annually for my wife and I, I don't really expect much nor really want anything for my small gift. My wife and I joined because we are proud of our university and want to help them help others. If my small gift allows them to mail out out stuff or make a few more phone calls to alumni like Johnny Allison...we got our benefit!

Same for the RWF...we give because we want ASU to be successful in all sports. I don't give just to park or get good seats (nice perk though). I want ASU to be successful on the sports venues to help promote a positive image of ASU and thus help ASU to continue to grow both in numbers and quality of students. Face it, athletics is the front porch of the university...Welch, Hudson, the current BOT and Mohajir recognize that!

So..."Ask not what ASU can do for you, but rather ask what you can do for ASU". After all if you love ASU and you want to be part of making it better and you want see it continue to grow and offer more educational opportunities and benefit Jonesboro and the state...you'll give.

The only thing I want to ultimately receive as a "benefit" is to see ASU to prosper!

Besides sports are good entertainment and afford some kids who would not otherwise be able to afford an education to get one. Education means prosperity and freedom for us all!
Go Red Wolves! Back-to-Back-to-Back SBC Champs 2011, 2012 & 2013!
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Posted: 8/29/2014 7:53 AM

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Evangelize, join, attend and give
Yup, joined the Church of the Red Wolves
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