2022 Gator Nation Tailgate Emails
Gator Nation Gameday → 2022
Due Open Deliverables Open Emails
11-18-2022 0 / 5 0 / 5
Project Lead Project Team
Monica Vosilla CS Madolyn Haggbloom, Robert Mack, James Baer   D Monica Vosilla   W Nicole Neal
Sponsor Information
Alumni RelationsHeather AshleyInterim Executive Director of Alumni Relations
Project Description
Emails sent for Home Gator Nation Tailgates. Goals: APR (Membership, Awareness), Stakeholder Engagement, Campus/Partnerships (Albert's Lounge) Email Drop Dates: 8/23/22: First Email with a season preview 9/26/22: Highlight October Homecoming & Gale King 10/24/22: Gator Nation Headquarters & Vandy away game 11/14/22: Post Season Survey Copy and Email Designs Due: August 16
EmailSend DateStatusAssigned Team 
2022 Gator Nation Tailgate Post Season Survey11-23-2022CompleteBlake Loiacono; Monica Vosilla; Tonya Gibbs🔎 ✏️
GNT Eastern Washington Update 2022-09-2809-28-2022CompleteJason Phenicie🔎 ✏️
Gator Nation Headquarters - Nov 202210-24-2022CompleteBlake Loiacono; Tonya Gibbs🔎 ✏️
Gator Nation Tailgate - Oct 202209-26-2022CompleteBlake Loiacono; Monica Vosilla; Tonya Gibbs🔎 ✏️
Gator Nation Tailgate - Sept 202208-23-2022CompleteBlake Loiacono; Monica Vosilla; Tonya Gibbs🔎 ✏️
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Created on July 18, 2022 at 12:33 PM (EDT). Last updated by Robert Mack on Jan.  3, 2023 at  9:01 AM (EST). Owned by Hartman, Marissa.
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