The Arkansas Razorback football team attracts quite a fan base and associate athletic director, Kevin Trainor says this season there's a deal that will save hog fans some cash.
"We want to bring new fans to the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback stadium. It's really a chance to get them in the stadium, get them to see the experience, and again a chance to support the Razorbacks."
Season tickets can be pricey.. costing about 300 dollars or more, but with the new deal you can get in for less than half the price.
Trainor said, "We've introduced the "Hog4Pack" which will allow a family to come to one of three non-conference games for 100 dollars."
After winning only three games last season, Trainor says they want to keep fans coming. "Any time you are coming off of a season with fewer wins than you would hope, you see some fans opt to get out. You are going to have some of that attrition, but Razorback fans through and through each year are excited about coming out."
So with the "Hog4Pack", fans can fill stadium seats with their friends.
Trainor said, "Every time the Razorbacks play at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium or War Memorial Stadium we would like a full house to cheer on this team."
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