The Saskatchewan Roughriders are giving their fans a chance to forever be immortalized at the new Mosaic Stadium.
The football club announced a capital campaign called “Build the Pride” on Thursday.
Fans who donate 300 dollars or more to the campaign will be recognized on one of three granite fan walls which will be erected at the new Mosaic Stadium.
The plan is for the walls to surround a fan-inspired monument which will attract Rider fans on game day and throughout the year.
President and CEO Craig Reynolds says fans have been asking for something like this, and they feel this is a great way to cement the relationship between the football club and its passionate fanbase not only in Regina, but Saskatchewan and Canada.
Fans will not only get their name engraved, but a personalized certificate will also be handed out marking their contribution to the campaign.
Donations can be made for a charitable tax receipt, with charitable contributions being made to the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation. That group has established a fund for the purpose of supporting capital projects for the City of Regina.