28
October
2007
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12:00 AM
America/New_York

Ohio State to kick off "Brutus On Parade" campaign

The Ohio State University will kick off its "Brutus On Parade" campaign this Wednesday (10/31) with a special preview of a community-wide program designed to benefit the university's library renovation project. University President E. Gordon Gee, along with other university and community leaders, will be in attendance at the 9 a.m. event in the Ohio Stadium Recruiting Room.

The "Brutus On Parade" campaign features the creation of one-of-a-kind, seven-foot tall fiberglass Brutus Buckeye statues to be displayed around the city this spring. Each will have its own unique personality and will reflect creative themes. The first four statues to be part of the campaign will be unveiled at the event.

WHAT: Kickoff event for "Brutus On Parade" campaign

WHEN: Wednesday (10/31) at 9 a.m.

WHERE: Ohio Stadium Recruiting Room in the southeast tower. Parking is located at the Tuttle Garage at the corner of Woody Hayes and Tuttle drives.

WHY: To raise awareness of an exciting new campaign to benefit the William Oxley Thompson Library renovation project.