Welcome to the 2009-10 Chip Rewards Program

Chip Rewards is an incentive program that rewards Central Michigan University students who attend home men's and women's basketball games. The rewards program, which is free to all students, gives students the opportunity to earn points and prizes throughout the entire basketball season.

The more games you attend, the more rewards you will earn. [Women's Basketball Schedule] [Men's Basketball Schedule]

How it Works

  • Each game is worth one point, creating a total of 28 possible points.
  • Every third game, you will receive a free reward.
  • Every student who reaches 20 points will automatically be entered into the grand prize drawing.
  • Every point you earn after 20 points will give you an additional entry in the grand prize drawing.

How to Get Involved

There are three ways to get involved with the Chip Rewards program:

  • Contact the CMU Athletics Marketing Office by phone at (989) 774-7538.
  • Stop in to 100 Rose Center to pick up your Chip Rewards keychain tag.
  • Sign up at any home basketball game.

Redeem Points for Prizes

1 POINT = Free Rose Rowdie T-Shirt
4 POINTS = $5 LaBelle Gift Card
7 POINTS =$5 Applebees Gift Card
10 POINTS = Free sub from Jimmy John's
13 POINTS = Free dinner from Grand Traverse Pie Company
16 POINTS = $10 KFC Gift Card

To redeem your points, please contact the CMU Athletics Marketing Office by phone at (989) 774-7538.

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Visit this page all season long to keep track of your points.

Points
1. Jamer Neumann
16
2. Shea Mead
15
3. Robbie Rundblad
15
4. Justin Slagel
15
5. Kyle Geiger 14
6. Kevin Wilder
14
7. Joseph Tait
14
8. Ethan Howard
13
9. David Cornish
13
10. Kate Coates
13
11. Nghia Van
13
12. Brittany Adams
12
13. David Durkee 12
14. Billy Hilliard 12
15. Jenna Timm 12
16. Sydney Watts 12
17. Robert VanBuskirk 12
18. Ben Balazs 12
19. Brittany Bueche 12
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