FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The first 7,200 students entering the gates for Saturday’s football game between #13 Tennessee and #11 Arkansas will receive a free “red” Razorback t-shirt. As part of the Arkansas Booster Club’s Code Red campaign for everyone to wear red to the game, Sam’s Club has donated 6,000 t-shirts and Cingular Wireless and Sony Ericsson have donated an additional 1,200 red t-shirts for the student section.
In addition, Cingular Wireless and Sony Ericsson will distribute 6,000 "Go Hogs" placards to fans entering the stadium. Arkansas Booster Club is also distributing 5,000 pom-pons to the first 5,000 students entering Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Sam’s Club will also be providing breakfast to the students camping out in line at Reynolds Razorback Stadium Saturday morning.
“We are very appreciative of Sam’s Club, Cingular Wireless, Sony Ericsson and Arkansas Booster Club for their commitment to make Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium a sea of red,” said Matt Shanklin, Associate Athletic Director for Marketing and Licensing. “I am sure it will be a very very spirited stadium on Saturday."
Food for the students camping out in line at the stadium will also be provided meals by Sodexho, 1st Security Bank, Chartwells and Associated Student Government.