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Bobcats begin season ticket blitz

Shanlee McLennan passes the ball during Brandon University Bobcats women’s volleyball practice Wednesday.

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Shanlee McLennan passes the ball during Brandon University Bobcats women’s volleyball practice Wednesday.

The Brandon University Bobcats have started their season ticket drive for the 2012-13 Canada West campaign.

Chloe Reimer has her eyes on the prize.

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Chloe Reimer has her eyes on the prize. (COLIN CORNEAU/BRANDON SUN)

Adult season tickets are $100, BU alumni and seniors tickets are $75 and youth (aged 14-18) are $50, which gives fans admission to all 44 home basketball and volleyball games. Season tickets are a huge discount off the $10 price for single game tickets, averaging $1.14 to $2.27 per game. Tickets are on sale at the BU athletics office in Darrach Hall and at Brandon Source for Sports.

All season ticket holders will become members of Bobcat Nation, a new organization designed to increase support for BU athletics, with members receiving a free T-shirt. BU’s home schedule begins Friday, Nov. 2 when Brandon plays host to Thompson Rivers in volleyball.

» Brandon Sun

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition October 25, 2012

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The Brandon University Bobcats have started their season ticket drive for the 2012-13 Canada West campaign.

Adult season tickets are $100, BU alumni and seniors tickets are $75 and youth (aged 14-18) are $50, which gives fans admission to all 44 home basketball and volleyball games. Season tickets are a huge discount off the $10 price for single game tickets, averaging $1.14 to $2.27 per game. Tickets are on sale at the BU athletics office in Darrach Hall and at Brandon Source for Sports.

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The Brandon University Bobcats have started their season ticket drive for the 2012-13 Canada West campaign.

Adult season tickets are $100, BU alumni and seniors tickets are $75 and youth (aged 14-18) are $50, which gives fans admission to all 44 home basketball and volleyball games. Season tickets are a huge discount off the $10 price for single game tickets, averaging $1.14 to $2.27 per game. Tickets are on sale at the BU athletics office in Darrach Hall and at Brandon Source for Sports.

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