Free Popcorn and Drink at Razorback Soccer Tonight

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The Razorbacks host Ole Miss in their SEC opener at 7 tonight, Sept. 20, at Razorback Field. Tonight is social media night. Fans showing they follow @RazorbackSoccer on Twitter or "like" Arkansas Razorback soccer on Facebook at the gate will receive $1 admission.

The first 200 fans to stop by the promotions table showing they follow Razorback soccer on social media will get a voucher for a free popcorn!

The first 200 students to stop by the promotions table showing they follow or "like" Razorback soccer on social media will receive a voucher for a free popcorn and drink!

Don't forget, U of A students get in free to Razorback soccer with their student ID, and all kids 17 and under get in free.


Janna Hughes, Asst. Director of Marketing
Razorback Marketing

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