DALLAS, TX—(July 27, 2010)— Mark your calendars and get ready for a
“Clash of the Titans” between the Grambling State University Tigers from Grambling, Louisiana and the Prairie View A&M Panthers from Prairie View, Texas when they meet on the Cotton Bowl Gridiron September 25th.
"We are honored to be the presenting sponsor of the Southwest Airlines State Fair Classic, the largest African-American sports gathering in Texas,” stated Farmers Insurance Group CEO Robert Woudstra. “We expect more than 65,000 fans to attend and experience the excitement and thrill of this Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) football classic. This Classic is ranked within the top five in attendance of all Classic games in the nation.”
“Everyone is invited to enjoy the highly anticipated half-time battle-of-the-bands,” noted Faye W. McClure, Farmers Vice President of Strategic Marketing. “We are thrilled to be a part of the Classic, and to share our goal of promoting educational opportunities for students through athletic competition and the incredible musical exhibition from the bands.”
In conjunction with AL Wash Entertainment and Ticketmaster, Farmers is offering discounted tickets for a limited time. Discounted tickets can be purchased at ticketmaster.com for $20 until August 2nd. Order tickets online using promotion code - Farmers. The ticket provides entry into both the Classic football game and the Texas State Fair.
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