WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Boilermaker Social Rewards will hold a mini-competition this week, giving fans a chance to win a Gameday Experience for Saturday's Purdue football game against Marshall.
The top scorer on Wednesday and Thursday will win the experience, regardless of total points in the overall competition.
Competition will run from 9 a.m. on Wednesday (Sept. 26) to 9 a.m. on Friday (Sept. 28).
The winner and a guest will receive press box passes to enjoy a pregame meal, take a tour of the Shively Media Center, watch the game from the sixth floor of the Ross-Ade Stadium Pavilion, will be allowed onto the sidelines for a portion of the game and will attend Head Coach Danny Hope's postgame press conference.
The winner must be at least 21 years old, (guest must be at least 18) and must observe all game-day rules and regulations while watching the game from the Shively Media Center. The press box is a working area for the media, and special rules apply for watching a game from this area. Winner and guest will receive complete instructions for press box behavior and will be expected to follow all regulations.
Sign up for free at BoilermakerSocialRewards.com (http://purdue.socialfanrewards.com/) and connect your Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts to start scoring points now! Any questions about the contest can be submitted at the Boilermakers' Facebook Page (http://www.facebook.com/purduesports) or the @PurdueSports Twitter Page (https://twitter.com/purduesports).
The winner will be announced Friday morning on Facebook and Twitter and contacted by email. The winner will pick their passes on Saturday before the game at the Purdue Athletics Ticket Office.
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