#Goldout Set for @GeorgiaTechFB vs. Vandy

Aug. 16, 2016

THE FLATS – Georgia Tech fans can support the Yellow Jackets and childhood cancer research by wearing gold to Tech’s Sept. 17 home football game versus Vanderbilt.

Georgia Tech faithful are urged to #Goldout Bobby Dodd Stadium by wearing gold apparel for the 12:30 p.m. matchup versus the Commodores.

In honor of September being Childhood Cancer Awareness month, Georgia Tech has partnered with the Barnes & Noble Georgia Tech Bookstore to produce a limited-edition #Goldout t-shirt. Barnes & Noble will donate a percentage of proceeds from sales of the #Goldout shirts to the American Cancer Society in support of childhood cancer research.

#Goldout shirts can be purchased at the Barnes & Noble Georgia Tech Bookstore at Tech Square or online by clicking HERE.

Single-game tickets for the Georgia Tech-Vanderbilt duel are available, starting at just $40. Georgia Tech athletics has also teamed up with the College Football Hall of Fame to offer a dual-ticket package for the Yellow Jackets-Commodores matchup that includes a game ticket (with the choice of two different price levels) and an All-Access Pass to the College Football Hall of Fame, all for the same price as a single-game ticket.

Season tickets (starting at $35 per game) and Flex Pack ticket packages, which allow fans to purchase to any three games of their choice (starting at $45 per game), are also still available.

Georgia Tech football tickets can be purchased online at togetherweswarm.com.

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