October 22, 2013

It's BACK!

The Hurricane Happenings program is BACK and as simple to participate in as 1, 2, 3.

  1. Attend events.
  2. Accumulate points by scanning a QR code* with your smartphone.
  3. Get Milestone Prizes!

GSW Athletics has teamed up with several departments and organizations on campus, including the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs task force, to provide a student, faculty, staff and fan incentive program that rewards those who support selected campus events or activities.

Earn a BUNCH of points this week during GSW Fall Fest

 

Look for Hurricane Happenings' QR code scan sheet(s) at the following events:

Tuesday - HIV/AIDS & Alcohol Awareness BINGO in the SSC Game Room (4pm), Self Defense Presentation in the Intramural Gym (7pm), Bed Bash in the SSC Conference Rooms (8pm)

Wednesday - Convocation "Enduring Regret" in Jackson Hall (11am), Drunk Driving Simulator outside the Marshall Student Center (12-4pm), Talent Show in Centennial Plaza (7pm)

Thursday - Walk the Line in the Marshall Student Center (11am-1pm), Fall Fest Basketball Tip-Off in the Storm Dome (6:30pm), Breast Cancer Fashion Show in the SSC Conference Rooms (8pm)

Friday - Movie Night in the Dome at 9pm in the Storm Dome

Saturday - GSW Men's Soccer vs. Francis Marion at Hurricane Field (3:30pm), Grilled Pollo Cookout at the Lake House (4-6pm)

 

How does the program work?

Those who come to Hurricane Happenings events need to be on the lookout for a posted QR code (most likely at the main entrance). Just scan the code with your phone, use your log in information to your facebook account and start accumulating points that work toward receiving prizes! (Note: Upon scanning your first code in the program you will be prompted to install a LOYALTIVA app on your phone after logging into facebook. Click "INSTALL" and you're good to go.)

Here's a look at some of the Milestone Prizes available:

Don't have the QR scanner app?

Don't have a smartphone?

 

* A QR Code (abbreviated from Quick Response Code) is the trademark for a type of matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code). Users with a camera phone equipped with the correct reader application (free to download, see above) can scan the image of the QR Code to display text, contact information, connect to a wireless network, or open a web page in the phone's browser. A unique code will be used for each Hurricane Happenings event or point-earning posting.

Still not sure? Contact the GSW athletics marketing office at 931.2217 for more information.