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STAT Member Shirt and TK Pick Up Email
Annual Giving Solicitations → FY2023 - Q1
Due Open Deliverables Open Emails
07-25-2022 0 / 1 0 / 1
Project Lead Project Team
not assigned CS Madolyn Haggbloom, Robert Mack, Jim Baer   D Monica Vosilla   W Nicole Neal
Sponsor Information
Annual GivingSarah ForronAssistant Director of Student Philanthropy & Engagement
Project Description
After the AG/SCME meeting earlier today, I realized I had not submitted an email request for our upcoming STAT Shirt and Tradition Keeper pick up on Wednesday, July 27th. Is it possible to still have an email sent out, preferably Monday, July 25th, for this event? The email would go only to active STAT members. Attached is an updated email copy based on previous years, as well as the current STAT shirt graphic. Iíll have James our data analyst rush pulling the data for this. Apologies for this one slipping through the cracks and for the last minute notice. Any help on this one is appreciated!! Please let me know if there is anything else I can provide for this.
Deliverables
EmailSend DateStatusAssigned Team 
STAT Member Shirt and TK Pick Up Email07-25-2022CompleteBlake Loiacono; Tonya Gibbs🔎 ✏️
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Created on July 18, 2022 at  9:22 AM (EDT). Last updated by Jason Phenicie on Aug.  9, 2022 at  9:48 AM (EDT). Owned by Hartman, Marissa.
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