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2014 Membership Guide

BASEBALL • BASKETBALL • CROSS COUNTRY • FOOTBALL • GOLF • SOCCER • SOFTBALL • SWIMMING & DIVING • TENNIS • TRACK & FIELD • VOLLEYBALL


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We are pleased to report that the 2013 year was another record-breaking year for the Hilltopper Athletic Foundation! For the second consecutive year, we set new thresholds in terms of total HAF members and revenue, which made a direct positive impact toward our student-athletes. Since its inception in 1965, the HAF has served as the financial lifeblood of our athletic department, contributing toward student-athlete scholarships, facility renovations and athletic department operational expenses. Because of the loyal support of our HAF members, we are proud to enter a new realm for WKU Athletics with the inaugural season in Conference USA!

Todd Stewart Director of Athletics

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There is plenty to be proud of off the field as well! A total of 108 WKU student-athletes graduated in 2013, and the average cumulative grade point average of the 108 was 3.05. A total of 200 student-athletes, 53 percent of WKU’s total, are currently maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Twelve of WKU’s 15 sport programs hold a cumulative team GPA of 3.0 or better, and four are at or above 3.4 as a team. In addition, WKU has had more studentathletes honored by the Sun Belt Conference for academic achievement than any other conference school for nine consecutive years!

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We are proud of our tradition, and we are ready to take this next step with you to Conference USA! Thank you for all you do to support WKU! Go Tops!

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The 2013 calendar year was also a success for our teams, as WKU won conference championships in men’s track and field, women’s swimming, men’s basketball, softball, soccer and volleyball, giving WKU 89 Sun Belt Conference crowns since 2000. The men’s basketball program made its second-straight NCAA Tournament in March and went toeto-toe with top-seeded Kansas before dropping a hard fought 64-57 decision in Kansas City, and the softball program won its first-ever conference title and appeared in its first NCAA Tournament before finishing the season with a 43-18 record. It was a banner year for former Hilltoppers as well, as former WKU swimmer Claire Donahue continued to excel on the international stage, and former Hilltopper golfer Kenny Perry was named the Senior Tour Player of the Year in December.

Kyle Chapman Associate AD, Development HAF Executive Director


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The 2014 year will bring about tremendous change for WKU Athletics as we transition into Conference USA on July 1, 2014. This year we are asking everyone to take the extra step in helping make this a successful transition as we move forward together. There is strength in numbers, so we ask what more can you do to help make an impact for the student-athletes at WKU! Join today, invest in the future!

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HAF Comparison to Peer Institutions

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How Your Membership Works: Memberships can be obtained through philanthropic giving or with required per seat donations from football, men’s and women’s basketball season ticket purchases, as well as any other required donations pertaining to athletic events. By being a member, you will receive TOP priority for season ticket renewals, season ticket upgrades, parking privileges, away game tickets, post season events such as conference tournaments, bowl games, and NCAA tournaments.

Top 5 reasons to Join / Renew Your Membership: 1) Your GIFT supports WKU student-athlete scholarships. 2) Your GIFT serves as an investment in WKU Athletics. 3) Your GIFT qualifies you for WKU season tickets. Post Season Ticket Purchase, and Priority Seat Upgrades.

Membership Levels, Donor Rank & Priority Points:

tax advisor on the deductible amount of your gift.)

The HAF donor rank and priority system is utilized to ensure a fair and equitable allocation of assets of WKU Athletic events. It is used when assigning tickets for away and postseason events and parking privileges for home events. The donor rank and priority system is designed to reward loyalty and annual dollar contributions in support of WKU Athletics through memberships with the Hilltopper Athletic Foundation. To take full advantage of benefits and priority points, pledge your support by April 30th.

1) Donors are ranked based on donor membership level first. Your donor level is determined based on your annual gift amount with your HAF membership within designated donor giving levels. (See pages 4 or 7) 2) Once your donor member level is determined based on your gift amount, your membership is then ranked within your level based on your total priority points accumulated. (Additional HAF priority points can be accumulated by donating on or before the PRIORITY DEADLINE of April 30th.)

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Understanding Membership Donor Rank and Priority Points:

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Example 1: In 2013, if Jane Doe joined the HAF for the first time and made a

$5,000 gift, she would automatically be ranked within the TOP 86 donors since her gift qualified her as a Diddle Level member. Jane would then be ranked amongst all Diddle Level members, based on total points. This is applied to all giving levels.

Example 2: In 2013, John Smith made a $1,000 gift to the HAF for the 10th

consecutive year! Even though his lifetime giving of $10,000 is greater than that of Jane’s $5,000, the highest possible ranking that John could receive is 316.


# OF DONORS

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Six (6) points per $100 donated from January 1st - April 30th to HAF. Five (5) points per $100 donated from May 1st - July 31st to HAF. Four (4) points per $100 donated from August 1st - Dec. 31st to HAF. Two (2) points per $100 donated to sports specific enhancement funds or other athletic projects. Two (2) points for each consecutive year of giving to HAF. (If you miss a year, this total number is reset to zero)

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Annual Donations

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Though your donor level is vital to ascertaining your level of rank, priority points play a key role in determining your overall rank within your current donor membership level. You can earn points from the following categories each year and accumulate year-to-year.

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The Priority Points System

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2013 HAF Membership Break Down

Season Ticket Purchases Two (2) points for every year of season ticket purchase in football and/or basketball. Four (4) points for every year of season ticket purchase, including Olympic Sports Pass, to any other WKU sport.

Referred Donations Two (2) points for every $100 referred by you to HAF. One (1) point for any new member joined referred by you to HAF.

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As WKU Athletics transitions into Conference USA (C-USA), your support is critical to our continued success!

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For current HAF members, as you continue your commitment to WKU’s academic and competitive excellence, we ask you to consider taking the next step in investing in WKU Athletics through the “TOPPER UP” campaign. Members who contribute at the “next” donor giving level will receive an exclusive gift from the HAF and recognition in football game day programs.

Rank and priority point example is contingent on all other accounts holding steady. *Contributions must be received by July 1st in order to qualify.

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Example: In 2013, you contributed $500 (Topper Level) and had a total of 319 priority points giving you a ranking of 616. Participating in the TOPPER UP Campaign, your donation would equal a minimum donation of $1,000 (Big Red Level) for your 2014 membership. By joining the TOPPER UP campaign you will earn an additional 30 priority points with your increased donation (if joined by April 30th) which would then rank you 407. You are now eligible to receive your exclusive gift and take advantage of benefits offered at your new giving level (see pages 7 & 8).

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110% Club - Join Today! In 2013, more than 200,000 fans attended WKU home athletic events with 2,100 of them investing in the student-athletes of Western Kentucky University by becoming a member of HAF. Over 400 of these members went the extra mile by giving 10% over their previous year’s contribution. As always, we value the commitment from the Hilltopper Nation and thank you for your support. Please join this growing number of individuals by doing a little more for WKU Athletics by being a part of the 110% Club. Each year, these funds are allocated based on WKU’s greatest need inside the athletic department such as scholarships, recruiting budgets, coaches’ salaries or overall operations. Hilltopper Athletic Foundation members who contribute 110% of their gift from last year (your gift plus 10%) will receive a special gift from the HAF and recognition in football game day programs.

Example: You contributed $250 (Varsity Level) in 2013. Giving 110% for your 2014 donation would equal a minimum donation of $275. You are now eligible to receive your special gift. *Please contact the Hilltopper Athletic Foundation office for additional information on how to increase your support for WKU Athletics through either of these initiatives! Based on your previous years gift, joining the 110% Club may also make you eligible for the Topper Up Campaign. Please contact an HAF representative today at 270-745-5321.


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New members are individuals who did not contribute to WKU Athletics in the previous calendar year.

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Power Of One participants who sign up a new HAF member will earn one (1) priority point for every new member recruited in the current calendar year, as well as, receive two (2) points for every $100 donated by a new member referred to WKU Athletics by you.

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Benefits of participating in the Power Of One

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HAF members who bring new fans on board to contribute to WKU Athletics are rewarded for their efforts! One goal is to increase HAF membership in an effort to expand Hilltopper Nation. One way to accomplish this goal is through the Power Of One membership drive. The Power Of One has been a tremendous success in expanding the reach of WKU, and now the opportunity is here for HAF members to help benefit both their HAF account and WKU Athletics.

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POWER OF ONE! Same Message, New Incentives

Just as our coaches are out recruiting to win, you have the opportunity to recruit and win. The HAF member who recruits the most NEW members will win a grand prize.

New Member Benefits Receive a “Power of One� personalized Red Towel and recognition at a home basketball game. These are in addition to the benefits awarded to members based on giving levels outlined on pages 7-8.

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MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

ROOKIE $50

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HELP FUND WKU STUDENT-ATHLETE SCHOLARSHIPS † Tax Deduction HAF Decal E-Newsletter Football Program Recognition # Post Season Ticket Priority* WKU Store Discount – 15% Off Regular Priced Merchandise (valid Jan 1st – Dec. 31st) Earn Priority Points One Football and/or Basketball Parking Permit (w/season ticket purchase)*

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Olympic Sports Pass PAY FOR ONE SEMESTER OF BOOKS † Two Football and/or Basketball Parking Permits (with purchase of 5+ season tickets)* HELP FUND AVERAGE COST OF ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT †

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Reserved Designated Surface Lot Football & Basketball Parking Permit PAY FULL COST FOR ONE SEMESTER OF IN-STATE TUITION †

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10% Discount on Big Red Mascot Rental Name listed in WKU Athletics Annual Report

Invitation to travel to select away Football/Men’s Basketball games PAY FULL COST FOR ONE SEMESTER OF OUT-OF-STATE TUITION †

PAY FULL COST FOR ONE SEMESTER OF IN-STATE TUITION, ROOM AND BOARD † Recognition at WKU Athletic Contest PAY FULL COST FOR ONE SEMESTER OF OUT-OF-STATE TUTITION, ROOM AND BOARD † # Members as of July 31st

Timeline-Important Dates

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HAF Membership Renewal Deadline. Receive 6 priority points per $100 Donated.

APRIL 30th

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*Assigned by Donor Rank and is subject to availability.

† The cost breakdowns are for one student-athlete. Currently, there are 312 student-athletes receiving full/partial scholarships at WKU.

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Complimentary Football and Basketball Media Guide

February 1st

HAF Membership Renewals Mailed. Football Season Ticket Renewals Mailed.

Football Season Ticket Renewal Priority Deadline.

JUNE 4th


LOYALTY $250

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Frequently Asked Questions What does my HAF membership go towards? All HAF gifts go towards supporting student-athlete scholarships at WKU. In 2013, the total scholarship cost for all WKU student-athletes was $6,113,211.

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HAF Membership Deadline. Receive 5 priority points per $100 donated.

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Please be advised that accepting benefits based on your donation to WKU Athletics can reduce the tax deductibility of your gift. Please consult with your tax advisor for details. Should you wish to waive benefits to increase tax deductibility please indicate this with an HAF representative when making your donation.

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Please contact the HAF office at 270-745-5321 or simply make your request along with your football or basketball season ticket renewal which will be sent to you in February and July, respectively. Upgrade requests will be considered based on availability and HAF member priority.

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How can I upgrade my current seats?

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In 2013, any HAF member that joined at the $250 Loyalty level and purchased season tickets received a parking permit. Please refer to pages 10 and 12 in this guide for sport-specific parking information. Parking benefits received are allocated based on HAF member priority, as explained on pages 3 and 4.

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The simplest and quickest way to increase your priority standing is to donate at a higher giving level (i.e. Topper Up Campaign pg 5). Think of it as a bracket system. Based on the membership chart on page 4, if you donate $50, the highest rank you could have achieved in 2013 was 1,686 (out of 2,039). If you increased your gift to $100, you would find yourself ranked potentially as high as 1,242, depending on your total accumulated priority points (see page 4). The same applies to someone who donates $750 - the highest rank they could achieve in 2013 was 470. If they increased their gift by an additional $250, they would find themselves in the Big Red ($1,000) membership level and be ranked as high as 316.

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How can I increase my HAF donor ranking?

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No. Your gift to the HAF covers all three sports that offer priority seating – football, men’s basketball, and women’s basketball. However, your donation must meet the appropriate minimum contribution level in each sport to secure priority seating in that respective area. Harbaugh Club gifts are taxdeductible, however, these gifts do not count towards donation requirements for priority season tickets for basketball.

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Do I need to make separate donations for football and basketball?

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If I have questions, who can I call? Please feel free to call the Hilltopper Athletic Foundation at any time with questions you may have. Our phone number is 270-745-5321. You can also email questions to HAF@wku.edu.

Basketball Season Ticket Renewal Priority Deadline.

October 1st

HAF Membership Renewals Final Deadline. Recieve 4 priority points per $100 donated.

December 1st

December 31st

Final Opportunity to make a gift and receive tax credit for 2014.

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The following chart illustrates the minimum HAF contribution required to sit in a given area. Season Tickets are purchased in addition to HAF membership. Football season ticket renewals will be mailed in February and the PRIORITY DEADLINE to renew is JUNE 4. All seat relocation and upgrade requests can be made with your renewal at this time, and will be assigned based on HAF member priority, as explained on pages 3 and 4.

■ Club Seats: $950 per seat ■ VIP Chair: $200 per seat

+ $375 HAF Annual Donation Per Seat Sold Out Call to be added to waiting list

+ $175 HAF Annual Donation Per Seat

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Reserved: $75 per seat ■ No HAF Donation Required

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Football Priority Parking The following premium parking is available exclusively to HAF members. In 2013, HAF members at the Loyalty Level ($250) and above qualified for a football parking permit.

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Harbaugh Club seat holders.

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PS1 /Alumni Garage

HAF members at the Loyalty Level ($250) or higher (ranked 741-1,685). *All parking is assigned based on HAF member priority, as explained on pages 3 and 4. ** Replacement fee of $75 for each lost or stolen parking permit.

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The following chart illustrates the minimum HAF contribution required to sit in a given area. Season Tickets are purchased in addition to HAF membership. Basketball season ticket renewals will be mailed in July and the PRIORITY DEADLINE to renew is SEPTEMBER 1. All seat relocation and upgrade requests can be made with your renewal at this time, and will be assigned based on HAF member priority, as explained on pages 3 and 4.

Men’s Basketball ■ Courtside: $2,500 per seat ■ Priority I - Red Towel: $750 per seat ■ Priority II: $450 per seat ■ Priority III: $250 per seat ■ Priority IV: $150 per seat ■ Priority V: $100 per seat ■ Priority VI: $50 per seat ■ WKU Student Seating

Women’s Basketball ■ Red Towel: $50 per seat

All other seats are reserved season ticket locations with no HAF donation requirement

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Basketball Priority Parking The following premium parking is available exclusively to HAF members. In 2013, HAF members at the Loyalty Level ($250) and above qualified for a basketball parking permit.

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PS2 levels 3-5

HAF members at the Topper Level ($500) or higher (ranked 470-740).

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HAF members at the Loyalty Level ($250) or higher (ranked 741-1,685).

South Lawn

Based On Request. *All parking is assigned based on HAF member priority, as explained on pages 3 and 4. ** Replacement fee of $75 for each lost or stolen parking permit.

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Seven ways you can make an impact!

Spirit of Excellence Fund

1) Make an annual HAF gift. 2) Join the 110% Club each year (see page 5 for details). 3) Join the Topper Up Campaign (see page 5 for details). 4) Refer additional members to join the HAF (see page 6 for details). 5) Purchase Season Tickets. 6) Ask if your company participates in a matching gift program. 7) Donate as part of our Gift-In-Kind program.

Your donation can be made to the HAF by one of the following methods: CASH/CHECK/CREDIT CARD - Donations in the form of cash, checks (made payable to the HAF), or by credit card are the most popular form of giving. EFT - We can spread your payments over a time period you desire and make automatic withdrawals from your specified bank account at no additional cost to you (contact HAF for details).

MATCHING GIFTS - Many organizations will match their employee’s HAF contributions. Check with your company’s benefits department for matching gift information.

GIFTS-IN-KIND - Non-monetary donations can also be accepted through the HAF office. Please keep in mind that these types of gifts must have prior approval by WKU Department of Athletics. MAJOR GIFTS - Major gifts include such items as naming

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PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS - If you are a WKU employee, your HAF contribution may be made utilizing a payroll deduction by logging onto WKU TopNet.

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Methods of Support

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opportunities, gifts designated for special athletic projects, or contributions to a specific sports program. Such contributions may be spread out over a period of years.

PLANNED/ESTATE GIVING - Many individuals choose to make a contribution in the form of an estate gift.

All gifts to the Spirit of Excellence Fund go towards salary support and travel for WKU football and basketball. Gifts to the Spirit of Excellence Fund can be designated to one sport and allow WKU to attract and retain the finest coaches and assistant coaches in the country. Spirit of Excellence Fund gifts also allow for more efficient travel via private charter, allowing WKU student-athletes to maintain a competitive edge and miss minimal time in the classroom.

Facility Projects

WKU Athletics is currently seeking funding for various facility construction projects, as outlined in the WKU Athletic Facilities Master Plan. Current plans call for renovation of existing facilities as well as construction of new facilities throughout the WKU campus. Over $100 million has been invested in WKU athletic facilities over the last decade, providing the championship level amenities necessary to recruit and train WKU student-athletes.

Sport-Specific Enhancement Funds

Gifts to sport-specific enhancement funds directly supplement the operating budgets of individual WKU sport programs. Donations can be made to any of the 19 WKU NCAA sponsored sports and are separate from general HAF memberships. *Donor receives 2 points for each $100 donated to any of the abovementioned funds, as outlined in the HAF Priority Points System on page 6.

Endowed Scholarships

Endowments create a lasting legacy by providing educational opportunities through scholarship funding. Athletic endowments are funds used to provide the investment necessary to offset scholarship costs for approximately 400 student-athletes, year after year. An individual, or business, can establish an endowed athletic scholarship beginning at $25,000, made payable over a five year period.

To learn more, please contact HAF today at 270.745.5321


Which Year(s) _________________________________________

2014 Hilltopper Athletic Foundation Membership Form Please print your name as you would like it to appear on the membership account.

❏ Yes ❏ No

Business Phone __________________________________________________________________

Mailing Address _____________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip ____________________________________________________________________

Name _______________________________________________________________________ WKU Alum?

Home Phone ________________________________________________________________ Name of Business (if business membership) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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No

Which Year(s) _________________________________

Business Address ____________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip ____________________________________________________________________ Spouse's Name ______________________________________________________________ WKU Alum? my Hilltopper Athletic Foundation membership at the _____________________________________ Membership Level.

Assistant Director

2014 Board of Directors

Return to

❏ Renew ❏ Establish

I wish to pledge $ ___________________ to the Hilltopper Athletic Foundation.

I wish to

Larry Cash

Membership Services

Hilltopper Athletic Foundation 1605 Avenue of Champions Bowling Green, KY 42101

(forms can be obtained from the HAF office.)

Referred by HAF Member: ______________________________________________

❏ Electronic Transfer

Payment Method:

❏ Check (payable to HAF)

Name as it appears on credit card ____________________________________________ Card Number _____________________________________________ Exp. Date ____________

❏ AmEx

I decline all benefits, including ticket and parking benefits, and wish for my gift to be 100% tax-deductible. (Consult your tax advisor for specific information.)

❏ Discover

I do not currently have season tickets. Please contact me regarding ticket options.

❏ MasterCard

Elizabeth Leftwich

Irving Scherman Hal Schmitt Craig Stahl Scott Thornhill Barry White Belle Hunt Brian Lowder Mark Marsh Linda Miller Tracy Mosley Al Pedigo John Ridley Alex Downing Jim Grant Roy Gravil Kevin Gregory Drew Hensley Darrell Horn Dion Houchins Sandra Appling Bob Baysinger Craig Browning Dr. Andrew Burt Dr. Wayne Bush Ginger Cleary Scott Crutcher

❏ Visa

Jim Martens, President

E-MAIL ADDRESS: _____________________________________________________________________

Jim Clark

Associate AD, Development

Membership Form

Kyle Chapman

Associate AD, Development HAF Executive Director

Phone 270-745-5321 Fax 270-745-6830 E-mail HAF@wku.edu www.supportHAF.org

Hilltopper Athletic Foundation Staff


Hilltopper Athletic Foundation 1605 Avenue of Champions Bowling Green, KY 42101 Phone: 270-745-5321 Fax: 270-745-6830 Email: haf@wku.edu Web: supportHAF.org


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