Join us for the Big Ten Football Championship Game with Wisconsin vs. Ohio State, kicking off at 8pm EDT on Dec 2.
Attendees will get access to the VIP hospitality area at the stadium, open from 3pm – 7pm. Then we’ll head to our our private suite at 6:30pm, complete with food and beverages, and a meet-and-greet with a Big Ten celebrity. You won’t want to miss this ultimate fan experience!
Registration for this event includes:
–1 ticket to the game and up to 1 additional guest (if you’re bringing a guest, please register them for a separate guest ticket
–Access to a VIP hospitality area before the game from 3pm – 7pm
–Access to a private viewing suite starting at 6:30pm with food and beverages
–Meet-and-greet with a Big Ten celebrity at 7:30pm!
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