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Rebels25 Event For SEC Home Baseball Opener

Rebels25, an Ole Miss Athletics Foundation membership program for fans ages 25 and under, continue its spring of activities for members with a crawfish boil at Friday night's SEC home baseball opener vs. Missouri.

The event starts at 5:30 p.m. in right field of Oxford-University Stadium and will be free admission for the first 50-70 Rebels25 members and eligible, potential Rebels25 members. 

Student admission for the game is free, and discounted $5 baseball game tickets are available for non-student members. Participating members will also receive a Rebels25 stadium cup member gift.

Launched in October, Rebels25 now has over a hundred members. For as low as $25, the Rebels25 program offers Rebel Level membership, double priority points, ticket promotions and exclusive networking opportunities. 

For more information, visit Rebels25.com and GiveToAthletics.com

Membership Drive Kicks Off Spring For Rebels25

Rebels25, an Ole Miss Athletics Foundation membership program for fans ages 25 and under, will hold a membership drive at Tuesday night's basketball game against No. 18 Kentucky. 

The gates open at 4:30 p.m., and Rebels25 ambassadors will pass out stickers and membership brochures at the student entrance, and you will have an opportunity to sign up for the program. The membership drive kicks off a spring of activities for members.

"The Ole Miss Athletics Foundation is very proud to provide additional activities for Rebels25 this spring. This segment of membership continues to grow and we are providing new and exciting opportunities to be involved with and support our athletic program," said Ashley Winning, assistant director of development.

Launched in October, Rebels25 now has over a hundred members. For as low as $25, the Rebels25 program offers Rebel level membership benefits, double priority points, ticket promotions and exclusive networking opportunities.

Two upcoming networking opportunities for Rebels25 members are Breakfast with Bianco and Membership Appreciation Day.

"These events are great opportunities for Rebels25 members to network with some of the most influential people in the Ole Miss community. We are making great strides to invest in the future of our organization," said Keith Carter, executive director of the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation.

Breakfast with Bianco is a Vaught Society event on Saturday, March 1, where Rebels25 Ambassadors and Vaught Society members will have the opportunity to join Ole Miss head coach Mike Bianco and players for breakfast before the baseball game against Central Florida.

Membership Appreciation Day is open to all Ole Miss Athletics Foundation members on Saturday, March 8, before the men's basketball game against Vanderbilt and the baseball game against Arkansas-Little Rock. 

There will be an open house of the recent expanded Manning Center, appearances from coaches, student-athletes and administrators, along with free giveaways, prizes and more. 

For a discounted $15, members can purchase both a men's basketball and baseball general seating ticket. As always, student admission is free while availability lasts.

For more information, visit Rebels25.com and GiveToAthletics.com

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