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Opportunity to join NSU at Cincy game

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Just as the NSU football team has flown to a 2-0 start, a limited opportunity for fans to fly with the Demons as they travel to battle the Cincinnati Bearcats this weekend has become available as well as other fan experience opportunities for those who may already have plans to be in Cincinnati for this Saturday's game.

 

"The support in our community leading into the 2013 season was incredible, and the fever for Demon football is spreading," associate athletic director Adam Jonson said. "Several requests have been made for the chance to travel with the Demons and to enjoy the weekend with NSU alumni and supporters, and some last-minute tweaking has made that option a reality."

 

For $750 per person, fans can enjoy the entire trip, which will include airfare on the team's charter, hotel accommodations at the team hotel, inclusion in the Friday night dinner cruise on the Ohio River, tailgate festivities Saturday afternoon and a ticket to see the Demons and Bearcats battle Saturday night. Travel plans will take the group from Alexandria International Airport Friday morning and return following the game Saturday night.

 

Fans already in the Cincinnati area may join the Demons for the Ohio River dinner cruise on Friday night for $50 per person or link up with the NSU crowd on Saturday with a $40 package that includes tailgating and game ticket.

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