August 10, 2015
Virginia Tech begins roll out of 'Twenty4You' Initiative
Fan feedback to positively impact gameday experience

BLACKSBURG – The Virginia Tech Athletics Department began rolling out components of its Twenty4You fan initiative on Monday. The Hokies will continue revealing new improvements throughout the next month leading up to the season-opener on Sept. 7 against No. 1 Ohio State.

“Creating memorable experiences for fans and our student-athletes remains one of our top priorities at Virginia Tech,” Tech Director of Athletics, Whit Babcock said. “Hokie Nation has provided us with valuable feedback, and we hope our fans will appreciate many of the upgrades we are implementing this fall.”

The Virginia Tech Athletics Department surveyed fans during the 2014 football season, and has listened carefully to those suggestions and comments. Thanks to that significant response, Tech will implement a number of suggestions offered by Hokie Nation.

This 24-point plan aims to improve the fan experience during the upcoming football season at Lane Stadium. The input from our fan base provided valuable information on how we can make the game day experience more enjoyable for everyone.

Complete details of the “Twenty4You” campaign will begin to be rolled out starting today and will continue leading up to the season-opener.

Some of the notable improvements and enhancements for 2015 will include:

- New concession offerings and reduced water prices
- Improved signage in and around the stadium
- Will Call option for ticket pick-up
- Enhanced event staffing and services

Stay tuned to for more details over the coming days and weeks. Visit the Twenty4You page here.

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