2022 BEAT Tees
Beat T-Shirts → 2022
Due Open Deliverables Open Emails
11-14-2022 0 / 10 0 / 5
Project Lead Project Team
Monica Vosilla CS Madolyn Haggbloom, Robert Mack, James Baer, David Houder   D Monica Vosilla, Jason Phenicie   W Nicole Neal
Sponsor Information
Annual GivingSarah ForronAssistant Director of Annual Giving, Young Alumni Programs
Project Description
BEAT T-Shirts are created for the five biggest football games of the season and are available exclusively to students with current STAT Members. Each week will be a unique design only available once. The dates below are when RadWear will need the FINAL design. Last year we gave her 3 designs to choose from. The students liked that process and felt more involved. 8/15 design deadline for Kentucky 9/12 design deadline for Mizzou 9/19 design deadline for LSU & Go Greater Celebration (Two shirt options) 10/3 design deadline for Georgia 10/17 design deadline for South Carolina BEAT T-Shirt Email Drop Schedule: 1. 9/6, Kentucky 2. 10/3, Mizzou 3. 10/10, LSU 4. 10/24, Georgia 5. 11/7, South Carolina
DeliverableDraft DueDue DateStatusAssigned TeamNotes 
Georgia BEAT Shirt10-03-2022CompletedMadolyn Haggbloom; Robert Mack; James Baer; David Houder🔎 ✏️
Kentucky BEAT Shirt08-15-2022CompletedMarissa Hartman; Robert Mack; James Baer; David Houder🔎 ✏️
LSU (Go Greater Celebration) BEAT Shirt.09-19-2022CompletedMadolyn Haggbloom; Robert Mack; James Baer; David Houder🔎 ✏️
Mizzou BEAT Shirt09-12-2022CompletedMadolyn Haggbloom; Robert Mack; James Baer; David Houder🔎 ✏️
South Carolina BEAT Shirt10-17-2022CompletedMadolyn Haggbloom; Robert Mack; James Baer; David Houder🔎 ✏️
EmailSend DateStatusAssigned Team 
2022 BEAT Georgia Email10-24-2022CompleteBlake Loiacono; Tonya Gibbs🔎 ✏️
2022 BEAT Kentucky Email09-06-2022Canceled by CollaboratorBlake Loiacono; Tonya Gibbs🔎 ✏️
2022 BEAT LSU Email10-10-2022CompleteBlake Loiacono; Tonya Gibbs🔎 ✏️
2022 BEAT Mizzou Email10-03-2022Canceled by CollaboratorBlake Loiacono; Tonya Gibbs🔎 ✏️
2022 BEAT South Carolina Email 11-07-2022CompleteBlake Loiacono; Tonya Gibbs🔎 ✏️
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Created on April  6, 2022 at  3:10 PM (EDT). Last updated by Jason Phenicie on Nov. 23, 2022 at 12:45 PM (EST). Owned by Communications, UF Advancement.
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