Spring Banquet is almost here!

The time is nearing for Spring Football, so Dawgman.com has partnered with Young Life and Run To Win for a one-time Spring Banquet and Auction previewing Spring Football, as well as a ton of recruiting information, and more!

Spring Football Kickoff/ Silent Auction

When/Where: March 23rd at the Seattle Yacht Club

What time: Doors will open at 5:30 pm.

Cost: $65 includes dinner. No host bar available

Silent Auction will begin when the doors open. Dinner will be served at 6:30 and the program will begin a little before 7.

We'll break down upcoming Spring Ball, review the 2017 recruiting class, and preview the 2018 recruiting prospects.

AANDY will be flying up for the event, and Scout.com Head of Recruiting and Big Cheese Brandon Huffman will be joining us.

As with every event we do, what we say in the room, stays there. We'll give you a lot of back stories we won't put on the site.

The Charity Auction will benefit Young Life and Run to Win. More on those organizations later, but Run to Win is run by former UW player/captain Mike Rohrbach.

We will be reaching out to as many as we can for donations to the auction. We'd like to raise funds and send as many kids to camp as we can. Two great organizations. If you own a business, would like to make a donation, etc.., shoot me a note at kimg@dawgman.com. Please include your phone number as well.

We haven't really promoted the event outside the message boards. It will sell out and I hate to tell people no. You guys get first shot. Capacity is only 130, and we expect it will sell out. It's open to you guys and your guests exclusively for a little longer.

How do you sign up?

Shoot me an email including your phone number to kimg@dawgman.com. I'll give you a call and get all the info. This coming Monday, we'll give out the phone number to sign up if it hasn't sold out. Again, shoot me a note at kimg@dawgman.com with your phone number and we'll get you taken care of. I'll get back to you as soon as I can. Include your phone number

"What's said there, stays there "

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