Junior Jackets Kids Club Registration Opens for 2017-18

July 10, 2017

THE FLATS – The Junior Jackets Kids Club has officially opened registration for the 2017-18 academic year for Georgia Tech fans 12 years of age and younger.

Memberships cost just $35 (includes shipping) and includes a membership card and lanyard, Junior Jacket folder and pencil, t-shirt, birthday card from Buzz and newsletters, as well as exclusive ticket benefits for football and women’s and men’s basketball.

Launching the 2017-18 year of events will be the “Junior Jackets Kick-Off” on Saturday, Aug. 5 from 1-3 p.m. at Callaway Plaza. There will be music, games and plenty of fun that includes activities like face painting, a tie-dye station, a caricature artist, balloon artist and more.

“Football Junior Jacket Day” is also less than two months away, happening on Sept. 9 for the Jacksonville State game. All Junior Jackets are invited for a pregame breakfast with Buzz from 9-10:30 a.m. at Barnes & Noble on Tech Square.

Fans looking to register their Junior Jackets can join HERE . For any questions or concerns, please call (404) 385-0032 or email JuniorJackets@gtaa.gatech.edu .

Season tickets for the 2017 football campaign, which include a seat for the highly anticipated opener against Tennessee at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and Flex Packs, which allow fans to purchase tickets for any three, four, five or six games at Bobby Dodd Stadium – including the Nov. 25 showdown versus archrival Georgia – are on sale now.

Click HERE for more information and to purchase 2017 Georgia Tech football tickets online.

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