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CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION FOR THE CHANTICLEER SPIRIT ORGANIZATION

Mission Statement

An organization dedicated to building Chanticleer Pride! We take part in planning events such as tailgates before games and meet and greets with players and coaches of Coastal Carolina. We're looking for enthusiastic people that want to have a great time supporting Coastal athletics! GO CHANTS!


                                                                UPCOMING MEET AND GREETS/INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS
                           SAT., FEBRUARY 15                                                      FRI., MARCH 21                                                        SAT., APRIL 12
            PRIOR TO MEN'S BASKETBALL GAME VS. GWU                PRIOR TO THE BASEBALL GAME VS. WINTHROP                PRIOR TO THE SPRING FOOTBALL GAME


About

The *Chanticleer Spirt Organization is an athletics supported organization whose members will lead the student body in spirit at athletics events and on campus! The money used for membership dues goes directly to support this organization through the purchase of t-shirts, supplies and bus trips.

Become A Member

To join the *Chanticleer Spirit Organization, download the form in the link above and e-mail or submit it in person to the Athletics Marketing Office in Arcadia Hall. Athletics Marketing is open from 8-5 M-F during the normal school year.    

Feel free to contact Kevin Olivett in the Athletics Marketing Office with questions:
kolivett@coastal.edu@coastal.edu or 843-349-2268.
IMPORTANT: Do not email credit/debit card numbers. Please submit credit/debit payments via mail or phone.


Membership Options


One-semester membership for $15

One-year membership for $25

Four-year membership for $75


Benefits

Members in the *Chanticleer Spirit Organization receive a variety of benefits, including a members-only T-shirt, preferred seating at Chanticleer Athletics events, invitations to special events such as meet and greets, and more. 


* = name is subject to change following group meetings