Event for fans to join Jaguars Women's Club

By Jennifer Waugh, The Morning Show anchor, investigative reporter, jwaugh@wjxt.com
Published On: May 13 2014 10:24:23 AM EDT
Jaguars Women's Club
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

The "Cleats and Cocktails" event is May 20 for local football fans who would like to join the Jaguars Women's Club. You need to register by this Friday to attend the event.

The Women's Club was created with the female Jaguars fans in mind and offers a unique experience for women. Members receive VIP treatment that includes custom membership kits, exclusive opportunities and a forum to stay connected with the team and other club members through Facebook.

The club is kicking off the year with the second annual "Cleats and Cocktails" event on Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. in the West Touchdown Club at EverBank Field. Head coach Gus Bradley and Jaguars players will speak.

Complimentary hors d'oeurves and one drink voucher will be provided, but you must be a member of the Jaguars Women's Club to attend. Admission is free.  To learn more about the Women's Club, including how to join, click here.

The annual membership fee for the club is $50 ($45 for season ticket owners) and includes a membership kit containing a custom T-shirt, tote bag, charm necklace, sunglasses and membership card. 

Other benefits include a 10 percent discount for club members at the Jagwear store on game days, opportunities to attend free members-only events and opportunities to attend several other Jaguars events at discounted prices. 

Christy Zynda, senior manager, cheerleading, promotions and programs, says the Jaguars Women's Club plans an event about once a month. Among the events that are planned for this season: yoga on the field, cooking, fall fashion and football, and a holiday social.

Zynda says there are about 1,000 members right now. Last year, 200-400 women attended each event. Members are between 18 and 73 years old. The average age of attendees are women in their mid-30s to mid-50s.

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