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Turpin Stadium suites available for NSU football fans
Sep 07, 2013 | 229 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Demons Unlimited Suite Experience, a new premium gameday option at Turpin Stadium, is now available for Northwestern State football Saturdays, including this weekend’s home opener against the Southern Jaguars.

An exclusive and private suite on the top level of the Turpin Stadium press box has been made available for $750 per game. Rental of the suite includes eight passes to the catered and air-conditioned suite. Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. The stadium’s “no outside food or drink” policy remains in effect for this suite.

“This area has been used in the past to host guests and has been sold in various department auction events, but we’ve decided to offer it as an opportunity for the general public to enjoy,” said Adam Jonson, NSU’s associate athletic director for external affairs. “We anticipate a high interest level and suggest that interested fans respond immediately.”

Accompanying the eight suite passes will be two premium parking passes per game. Those interested in purchasing the suite or looking for additional information may contact Jonson at 318-357-5251 or at via e-mail.

Season tickets in one of the three VIP boxes begin at $125 with a $500 donation to the NSU Athletic Association per seat. A limited number of reserved chairbacks in the West stands of Turpin Stadium are available for $100 each with special discounts for NSU faculty/staff, military members, senior citizens and recent NSU grads. Single-game tickets for the home opener against Southern are $20 each.

Northwestern has six home games this season. The next one after Saturday is Sept. 28.

For more ticket information, call 318-357-4268 or visit
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