Golden Eagle Club

GOLDEN EAGLE CLUB
SPONSORSHIP LEVELS & BENEFITS

 

The Golden Eagle Club plays a vital role in providing the means to continue our push toward excellence. Not only does our Golden Eagle Club membership contribute financially to our sports programs, but more importantly, our membership provides the opportunity to become mentors to our student-athletes and provide much needed support to them along their journey as college students. If you are looking for a way to impact young people and have a lot of fun in the process, then the Golden Eagle Club is for you
 

Membership -- $300 per year

• Two season passes that include all home sporting events
• Additional tickets available with your RSVP
• Two t-shirts
• Access to the Golden Eagle hospitality room during designated home games
• VIP GEC reserved seating at games
• E-mail news blasts to members
• Discount on CU apparel at the bookstore

 

Corporate Sponsorships $750/$1,000/$1,500/$2,500/$5,000

• Four levels of corporate signage in Mol Arena or De Witt Field
• PA mentions at home games (approved script)
• Eight season passes that include all home sporting events
• Additional tickets available with your RSVP
• Six t-shirts –
• Access to the GEC hospitality room during designated home games
• VIP GEC reserved seating/parking at games
• E-mail news blasts to members
• Discount on CU apparel at the bookstore

 

GOLDEN EAGLE CLUB TESTIMONIALS

 WALLY OLSSON

"Being a Golden Eagle gives me a firsthand look into the workings of our tremendous athletic program. The leadership of the CU Athletic Department is excellent. My relationship garnered with the athletes is priceless. I count it a privilege to be a part of this program."

 

BOB AND KAREN KAISER

"We have been involved with the Golden Eagle Club since 1998. During that time we have had the pleasure of mentoring some of the young men who have been involved in the Basketball program at Cornerstone University. We have watched these young men grow into God fearing family leaders following their graduation from Cornerstone. To this day, we still have contact with many of them and pray for them regularly. Thirty Five years ago, I, Bob Kaiser, took as my life verse, Philippians 4:13 "I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me" and have been able to instill this same spirit into the lives of these men. God has blessed with the resources to assist others and we took the opportunity He presented! Both of our children are graduates of Cornerstone University and met their spouses there as well. We have always had a deep interest in not only our children's futures, but all graduates of the University. Being a member of the Golden Eagle Club has allowed us to maintain that desire through the athletic programs."

 

CONTACT:  TODD SYTSMA
Director of Corporate Relations
todd.sytsma@cornerstone.edu
616.446.4371

 
 
 
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