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RE: Speaking of marketing
(08-11-2017 01:36 PM)Nuggets Ghost Wrote:  
(08-11-2017 01:30 PM)TheChosenOne Wrote:  
(08-11-2017 01:29 PM)Nuggets Ghost Wrote:  
(08-11-2017 12:49 PM)BeagleUSM Wrote:  Anyone kind of worried about lack of promotion for the UK game?

...promotion, did you not see the video?

what more do you need??

Link?

...c'mon man....the video...The Video!


Oh, that one. My bad
08-11-2017 01:36 PM
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Southerrn Miss Athletics partners with The Hattiesburg Zoo for the "Win one for Cinta!" Football Campaign Against the University of Kentucky Wildcats on September 2

HATTIESBURG (May 8, 2017) — Cinta, one of the Hattiesburg Zoo’s five-year-old Sumatran twin tigers, passed away on May 7 from a sudden illness. The University of Southern Mississippi Athletic Department, in partnership with the Hattiesburg Zoo, has launched the, Win one for Cinta!" campaign for the home football season opener against The University of Kentucky Wildcats on September 2, at 2PM CT. Proceeds from the contest will help provide food for Cinta's brother, Kuasa, who has not shown any current signs of illness and is in good health.  For every 5,000 seats sold, USM will provide a variety of meats, and a special diet designed to meet Kuasa's needs called the "carnivore diet" with carcasses, and large long bones to provide him good chewing and tearing activity. The more seats we sell, the longer Kuasa gets to avoid starvation. "The zoo team of animal keepers have developed a deep bond with these tigers, and we know the community has too,” Manager of Hattiesburg Zoo, said. "We hope people attend the game against those Wildcats from Kentucky so we can keep our last remaining tiger alive and kicking." As an added incentive, if Southern Miss reaches 25,000 in attendance for the home opener, The USM School of Dietetics will donate one large boar and three live monkeys to Kuasa's zoo pen as future prey.
 
For additional information, call the Hattiesburg Zoo at 601.545.4576 or visit the Zoo online at HattiesburgZoo.com or on Facebook. The Hattiesburg Zoo is a Hattiesburg Convention Commission Facility, in partnership with the City of Hattiesburg and the Hattiesburg Tourism Commission. Since 1991, the Hattiesburg Convention Commission has been developing and operating tourism-related facilities for the Hattiesburg area.

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08-11-2017 03:08 PM
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(08-11-2017 03:08 PM)Nuggets Ghostbuster Wrote:  Southerrn Miss Athletics partners with The Hattiesburg Zoo for the "Win one for Cinta!" Football Campaign Against the University of Kentucky Wildcats on September 2

HATTIESBURG (May 8, 2017) — Cinta, one of the Hattiesburg Zoo’s five-year-old Sumatran twin tigers, passed away on May 7 from a sudden illness. The University of Southern Mississippi Athletic Department, in partnership with the Hattiesburg Zoo, has launched the, Win one for Cinta!" campaign for the home football season opener against The University of Kentucky Wildcats on September 2, at 2PM CT. Proceeds from the contest will help provide food for Cinta's brother, Kuasa, who has not shown any current signs of illness and is in good health.  For every 5,000 seats sold, USM will provide a variety of meats, and a special diet designed to meet Kuasa's needs called the "carnivore diet" with carcasses, and large long bones to provide him good chewing and tearing activity. The more seats we sell, the longer Kuasa gets to avoid starvation. "The zoo team of animal keepers have developed a deep bond with these tigers, and we know the community has too,” Manager of Hattiesburg Zoo, said. "We hope people attend the game against those Wildcats from Kentucky so we can keep our last remaining tiger alive and kicking." As an added incentive, if Southern Miss reaches 25,000 in attendance for the home opener, The USM School of Dietetics will donate one large boar and three live monkeys to Kuasa's zoo pen as future prey.
 
For additional information, call the Hattiesburg Zoo at 601.545.4576 or visit the Zoo online at HattiesburgZoo.com or on Facebook. The Hattiesburg Zoo is a Hattiesburg Convention Commission Facility, in partnership with the City of Hattiesburg and the Hattiesburg Tourism Commission. Since 1991, the Hattiesburg Convention Commission has been developing and operating tourism-related facilities for the Hattiesburg area.

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...monkeys?.......not the cute little monkeys?!!....Buster deserves rep for this.....I laughed out loud.
08-11-2017 03:11 PM
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