LANDOVER, Md. – The Washington Redskins and Redskins Rewards, official loyalty program of the Washington Redskins, will host a Chalk Talk with new QB Alex Smith at FedExField on Wednesday, April 11 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. exclusively for Season Ticket Members.
This event marks Smith’s first official event with Redskins fans since signing his contract on March 15, and the first chance for Redskins Season Ticket Members to meet the team’s new QB in person.
“We’re thrilled to have Alex join the Redskins and our valued Season Ticket Members at this event,” said Bruce Allen, President of the Washington Redskins. “It’ll be great to have him get acquainted with some of our most loyal fans and the ones who will be cheering him on this season.”
In addition to the Chalk Talk, Season Ticket Members will have the opportunity to meet their fellow Season Ticket Members, enjoy hors d’oeuvres and get a picture taken with Smith.
Launched prior to the start of the 2015 season, Redskins Rewards has provided Season Ticket Members the exclusive opportunity to redeem Yards for exclusive experiences, events, autographed items and merchandise. Season Ticket Members are able to earn Yards based on their seat location and tenure, and can earn more yards through attendance bonuses, promotions and other fan engagement throughout the season.
The event is only open to Season Ticket Members. Due to limited space, Season Ticket Members must be renewed for the 2018 season to attend and have redeemed their yards online at www.RedskinsRewards.com.
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