"Great to be a Gamecock" reaches funding goal!
Moments before I planned to walk out the door to catch the Clemsux vs. Ohio Stinks game last night, my phone sounded back-to-back notifications. And lately when my phone behaves that way, it has meant a new Kickstarter backer. And for anyone who has ever used the Kickstarter app you know how awesome it is to get your phone to make a particular series of noises. I missed watching the first half of the game as I tried to figure out what to do next.
I had just received my biggest backer yet - one of my best friends from college. I met Nate when he was an assistant sports editor at the Gamecock Newspaper and we went on many amazing road trips covering the sports teams while exploring Southeastern Conference cities like Knox Vegas. Long story short, the "Great to be a Gamecock" Kickstarter campaign has reached it's funding goal. If you haven't joined our party yet, come on over and gobble up some of the cool rewards we've got for those who want to participate. These versions of the book and the zine will only be available from the campaign, which ends on January 12, 2014. I can't express enough thanks to the friends, family and Gamecock fans who have been so supportive of my endeavor. Go Gamecocks.
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