FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - Officially licensed Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) Mastodons merchandise is now available in Fort Wayne area Walgreens and Walmart stores.
"I am excited that IPFW has an opportunity to expand its brand throughout greater Fort Wayne with our quality merchandise becoming available at Walgreens and Wal-Mart locations around the area. Our alumni, students, staff, faculty, and all our fans can find a variety of brands and styles at the different locations. Both Walgreens and Wal-Mart have a tremendous presence in the Fort Wayne community and IPFW looks forward to building our partnership with them," IPFW Athletics Director Tommy Bell said.
Starting on Monday, October 15, all IPFW apparel purchased at Walgreens will include a voucher that can be redeemed at the IPFW ticket office for two tickets to any IPFW athletic event held at the Gates Center.
The following Walgreens stores are selling officially licensed IPFW Mastodons merchandise:
- 6730 Bluffton Road
- 9030 U.S. Highway 24
- 330 West State Blvd.
- 6201 Stellhorn Road
- 10170 Maysville Road
- 5435 East Dupont Road
- 10412 Coldwater Road
- 10211 Chestnut Plaza Drive
- 6202 West Jefferson Blvd.
- 110 East Creighton Ave.
- 2410 North Coliseum Blvd.
- 11932 Lima Road
- 1610 West Cook Road
- 5830 North Clinton Street
- 907 Lincoln Highway
The following Walmart stores are selling officially licensed IPFW Mastodons merchandise:
- 17120 Apple Glen Blvd.
- 5311 Coldwater Road
- 10105 Lima Road
- 10420 Maysville Road
- 7502 Southtown Crossing
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