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National Championship Merchandise Set To Arrive Jan. 14th

CHENEY, Wash. - Congratulations to the National Champions, our EWU Football team! Your University Bookstore will be celebrating this victory and championship season with a huge variety of National Champions merchandise.

When the game clock expired, our orders went active and manufacturers began producing our products. We are expecting this merchandise to arrive at our store in time for unveiling at our Championship Party set for 12 noon, Friday January 14. We'll be closed Friday morning to get ready, and the doors will be opening at NOON FRIDAY. Come out that day, wear your Eagle gear and get your Spirit Friday discount! We have lots planned for the big day so join our Facebook group to be first to know!

Because we're devoting that day to our customers that come to the Cheney campus store to help us celebrate, we won't be accepting phone orders or inquiries. The following day, merchandise will go active on this website for ordering. Because Monday, January 17 is Martin Luther King day we will not be processing and shipping orders until Tuesday, January 18. Phone orders will be processed starting Tuesday, January 18. Because of the anticipated high volume of orders, we'll process internet orders first, and cannot guarantee they'll ship that first day.

Join in the celebration and get a discount on your purchase! ONLY at the Cheney campus Bookstore Friday, January 14 at 12 NOON. We can't wait to see you!

It's a great day to be a CHAMPION Eagle!

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January 14: Championship Party at the Cheney campus Bookstore, 12 Noon! First time merchandise will be available for sale.

January 15: Website ordering activated. Orders will processed in the order in which we receive them. Orders will begin shipping Tuesday, January 18.

January 18: Phone orders will be accepted.

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