Athletics are an important piece of Buena Vista University's history and a key component of its co-curricular program today. With increasing costs of administering successful athletic programs, a significant need exists for external financial support.
The BV Club is a family of former athletes and supporters of the athletic program, designated to enhance the BVU tradition of athletic excellence. It provides opportunities for alumni and friends of the University to contribute to BVU athletics, thereby enhancing the support, growth, and success of sports at BVU.
Members may select how their money is to be allocated from among several options. However, in order to help maintain the organization, provide special BV Club events, and purchase needed equipment, the first $25 of every level will be allocated to the athletic enhancement fund.
Most importantly, your membership offers you a great opportunity to invest in our student-athletes who have chosen Buena Vista University as the next step in developing their academic and athletic endeavors. It also offers the following benefits:
BVU athletics benefit the entire University and are recognized as part of the educational opportunities which are offered. Please join the growing group of fans that are investing in BVU student athletes by becoming a member of the BV Club. For more information e-mail email@example.com or call 800.383.2821, ext. 2253.
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