Mocs Football Continues To Prepare For September 3rd Opener

Tuesday, August 16, 2022

The 12th-ranked Chattanooga Mocs continue work to one date. Their Sept. 3 date with Southern Conference foe Wofford in Finley Stadium looms. While the team’s focus is on the next game, the Mocs marketing and promotions machine churned out a plan for the entire season.

 

Opening on the Labor Day holiday weekend, Staycation is the theme for week one.

No need to leave town, stay local and join the Mocs for an exciting season opener. The perfect option is staying at the Chattanoogan, taking advantage of its great nightlife options in High Rail Rooftop Bar along with The District and FORGE. Mornings in Noogans Coffee Market, it’s the downtown resort life with no reason to get in the car on gameday with a simple stroll to Finley.

 

There are several raffle items available leading into gameday including tickets to Tennessee Aquarium as well as famed Ruby Falls. Food items from Taziki’s and Papa John’s (free pizza for a year!) along with tickets to good friend Chattanooga Football Club along with a VIP Experience with the Chattanooga Lookouts.

 

Gameday promotions include thunder sticks for the first 1,000 fans. It’s the Scrappy’s Kids Club Game with each kids club member receiving a free GA ticket to the contest. Hamilton County resident? Tickets are just $5 for our home peeps staying local using promo code: HAMILTON22. Requires valid Hamilton County address on Tennessee I.D.

 

The remainder of the season…

 

Sept. 17: North Alabama

  • HOMECOMING (need we say more)
  • Mocs Flock game
  • Band Day
  • Marion County & NE Alabama Day - $5 tickets for residents of those areas with valid ID. Promo codes: MARION22 & NEAL22

 

Oct. 15: VMI

  • Salute to Heroes Day
  • All military personnel, first responders and medical workers get free ticket with discounted seats for their families. Tickets are available to be claimed and purchased in advance.

 

Oct. 22: Mercer

  • Fall Family Weekend
  • White Out Finley
  • Academic Night
  • Bradley County Day - $5 tickets for BC residents with valid ID using promo code: BRADLEY22

 

Nov. 12: Samford

  • Youth Day
  • Any youth that come in their youth team jersey gets free admission with parent or guardian.
  • Scrappy’s Kids Club Day with all Scrappy;s Kids Club members earning a free ticket.
  • Dr Pepper Halftime Challenge for FREE TUITION finals.
  • Sequatchie County, NW Georgia and Alabama Day - $5 tickets with valid ID for those natives with promo codes SEQUATCHIE22, NWGA22 & BAMA22.

 

The Mocs complete 2022 schedule is linked above. Purchasing tickets is easy. Just click here, go to the Go Mocs app or call (423) 266-MOCS (6627).


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