Registration Now Open for Women’s Endzone Extravaganza Slated for July 28

Published Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 10:12 am

 

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Images from a previous year’s Women’s Endzone Extravaganza as the ladies walk out of the tunnel.

The deadline to register for Appalachian State University’s annual Women’s Endzone Extravaganza event, which is set for Thursday, July 28 at Kidd Brewer Stadium and the Appalachian Athletics Center, is today, Wednesday, July 27! There will be no walk-up registrations.

Women’s Endzone Extravaganza, Appalachian State University’s ultra-popular football event for women over the age of 21, returns for its 13th year. In addition to this event, App State will host a men’s clinic in the spring of 2017.

The event has increased in popularity year-over-year with over 175 participants attending last year’s event.

Coaches and their wives are introduced.

Head coach Scott Satterfield and his staff host the event which takes fans inside the locker room, figuratively and literally, with a panel discussion during dinner, multiple “class” offerings, on-field “drills” and more.

Women’s Endzone Extravaganza costs just $40 per participant or $350 for a reserved table (eight seats – location of reserved table will be prioritized based on purchase/paid date), which includes dinner in the end zone on the Kidd Brewer Stadium field (weather permitting), open bar and table decorating contest for groups who wish to purchase a table. The event is open to fans ages 21 and over and runs from 5:00-9 p.m.

Registration is open now. Fans are encouraged to register as soon as possible as space is limited and the event traditionally sells out quickly. There will be no walk-up registrations. The deadline to register is July 27. To register, call Appalachian State athletics promotions and fan engagement at (828) 262-2548 or click HERE for a downloadable registration form.

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The Coaches run classes for the ladies.

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The Ladies running drills at a past year’s event.

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Images from a previous year’s Women’s Endzone Extravaganza as the ladies walk out of the tunnel.

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