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Flames Club Hosts Successful Director's Day
The Flames Club, the booster club organization for Liberty Athletics, held its most successful Director's Day in program history on Thursday, helping a record number of members pick their seats for the upcoming 2012 football season.
Held inside the Club Pavilion of the Williams Stadium Tower, qualifying members of the Flames Club were allowed to come throughout the day to select their seats during the fifth annual Director's Day event. A total of 77 members attended the event, selecting 408 seats.
Flames Club members at the Director's level ($2,500) and higher were allowed to attend the event where they personally selected their seats and parking spaces in priority order. Qualified members were ranked in priority order based upon their membership level (beginning at the Scholarship level/$10,000) and loyalty points.
A vast majority of those participating in Director's Day selected cushioned club seats located outside the Club Pavilion. Members with season tickets in the club seating area enjoy access to the 11,000-square foot Club Pavilion on football game day, where a buffet meal is served beginning two hours prior to kickoff.
Director's Day kick starts Liberty's annual ticketing seat assignment process, with Flames Club members below the Director's level now having their seats assigned by the Flames Ticket Office in priority order based upon membership level and loyalty points. This part of the process begins with members at the Cornerstone level ($1,000).
Flames Club membership begins as low as $50 per year and members can enjoy preferred seating, parking and pregame hospitality privileges, based upon their membership level.