UTC Athletics Re-Launches Mocs Merchants Program

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

The Chattanooga Mocs are bustling with activity this summer. The July Month of Deals is coming to the end on the ticket side, while season tickets sales on the whole have been robust. Now news of the football program being picked to win the Southern Conference adds to the excitement.

 

The Mocs added a greater online presence in its re-launch of the Merchants Program with the addition of a website (linked above).

The Mocs Merchant Program is an annual community support initiative developed by the athletics department that was paused in 2020 by the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

It provides businesses a low-cost opportunity to support and become a part of Chattanooga's Team. Local companies play a crucial role in generating hometown support. The program is designed to boost both awareness and increase community involvement with the Mocs.

 

In addition, this program allows you the opportunity to get discounted season tickets for the merchant’s staff or personal use. Mocs sporting events are the perfect way to entertain or reward clients, as well as enjoy a night out in the Scenic City. Member Benefits:

 

  • Tickets to watch the Mocs in action
  • Official Power C Sticker for window or office display
  • 10 "Power C" Lapel pins for employees (upon request)
  • Group rate discounts and other exclusive opportunities for staff outings
  • Access to Mocs Insider Email

 

Ticket Packages Available - Click here to access

  • 2 Men's Basketball Gold Circle Endzone Season Tickets ($198 Value)
  • 2 Women's Basketball General Admission Season Tickets ($198 Value)
  • 4 Football General Admission Season Tickets ($160 Value)
  • 30 General Admission Group Tickets for Staff/Company Outing ($300 Value) - To select this option, please contact Mark Curtis at 423-425-5857

 

The Mocs are readying for the 2021 fall campaign. Home games await hosting Austin Peay, Western Carolina, ETSU, Furman and The Citadel. It opens on Thursday, Sept. 2, with a visit from the Governors. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

 

To build on top of the optimistic news of the week sitting atop the SoCon Preseason Poll, the Mocs have a special offer for new season ticket buyers. For the remainder of the week, purchasers get $10 off providing $30 general admission seat or $89 for reserved chairback covering the 5-game slate. Use the promo code “NUMBERONE”.

 

The Mocs Club is also getting wrapped up in the excitement of the new season. New members joining for $20.21 become a member at the $100 level. Both promotions run through Friday. Tickets are available by calling (423) 266-MOCS (6627) or online here at GoMocs.com. Fans also can go through the GoMocs app available on Android and Apple IOS devices in their respective app stores


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