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Introducing UND Fan Rewards
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Updated: Saturday 12/27/2012 14:43:59 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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UND fans can earn points and prizes just for being a fan of their favorite North Dakota teams.  UND athletics officially introduces a new fan rewards program that gives them the ability to earn prizes for engaging in social media and attending UND athletic events.

By linking their social media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter and foursquare, they earn points for liking, sharing, tweeting, checking-in and interacting via social media with UND athletics. Those points can be redeemed for great prizes and one of a kind experiences.  Participation in the program is completely free to the fan. Prizes include UND t-shirts & sweatshirts, car washes and more. Fans can also enter to win an autographed authentic football helmet and $100 gift cards to Valley Dairy. More prizes and contests will be added throughout the year.

Visit UNDFanRewards.com to signup today. UND Athletics would like to thank Valley Dairy and GW Gear for their support of the UND Fan Rewards program. The first season of UND Fan Rewards will run until May 31, 2013.

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