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August 4, 2009 at 10:31 AM

Slogan contest nearing end

The UW Alumni Association reports that there are just a few days left in the UWAA’s 2009 slogan contest.
According to UWAA, it has for years given away slogan souvenirs at each of its Washington Warm Up events, something some fans like to collect.
Each year, the UWAA gathers submissions from alumni and fans and picks one for each Warm Up. This year, the UWAA is hosting Warm Ups at all of the Huskies’ out-of-town Pac-10 games: Stanford, ASU, UCLA and OSU.
Here are a few examples of past winners: In 2007 the Stanford slogan was “TIMBERRR!” and in 2008 the Oregon slogan was “Ore-goners!”
Anyway, the contest runs through Friday (Aug. 7) and winners get two complimentary tickets to the Warm Up if their slogan was chosen for (this does not include tickets to the game itself) and a copy of the book “A Football Band of Brothers” by Husky historian and UW alumnus W. Thomas Porter.
You can enter the contest here.

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