Air Force

September 13, 2013

AF clubs 2013 Football Frenzy underway

All Club members are eligible to attend the weekly regular season football games and enter to win Football Frenzy prizes, including tickets to NFL games, the championship game or gift cards.

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas — The annual Air Force Football Frenzy promotion kicked off Sept. 5 and runs through the championship game. Participants could win tickets to National Football League games including the Feb. 2 championship game, announced Air Force Personnel Center officials.

Football Frenzy events held at installation clubs are open to everybody, but only club members in good standing can win the major prizes.

“Since 1995 Air Force club members have attended 18 championship games. The annual promotion is sponsored by Air Force clubs and designed to reward current club members, increase participation in club activities and build club membership.” said Shirley Stevenson, Air Force Personnel Center Football Frenzy coordinator.

To enter the contest, club members must attend a Football Frenzy event at any participating club and fill out an entry form. To find an event date, visit or contact your local club.

The first Football Frenzy drawing, scheduled for Oct. 15, will award members with a trip to the Nov. 10 Houston Texans versus Arizona Cardinals game. The second drawing will be Nov. 15, for the Dec.8 Carolina Panthers versus New Orleans Saints. The final game drawing for championship tickets will be Jan. 7.

“Not only do you win tickets to the game, but our four winners and their guests will receive round-trip airfare, a rental car, hotel accommodations and tickets to the game,” Stevenson said, “Club membership comes with a variety of great benefits and this one is an all expense paid trip to thank our current members and build esprit de corps.”

For more information about Football Frenzy and other Air Force club member benefits, stop by a local Air Force club or visit www.afclubs.net. For more information about personnel issues, visit the myPers website at https://mypers.af.mil.

 




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