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Bricks at Williams-Brice Stadium to bear names of Gamecock fans

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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

Gamecock fans can make their names a part of the new plaza at Williams-Brice Stadium. 

The Gamecock Club announced a commemorative brick program. The customized brick pavers will be available for fans to purchase. They will be installed on the Springs Brooks Plaza to be constructed at Williams-Brice Stadium.

The bricks, which are four inches by eight inches, can hold one to three lines of text, up to 15 characters per line. They cost $200 for Gamecock Club members (for promo code, call 803-777-4276), and $255 for non-members. The price for non-members includes a 2015 Gamecock Club Roost Membership.

Those who purchase a brick will receive two priority points for each purchased. Keepsake replica bricks and display cases are also available, for $100 and $50, respectively. Once installed, a locator map will be available for donors to find their bricks on the Springs Brooks Plaza.

The plaza will be completed by the beginning of the 2015 football season.

Fans can order by calling 1-844-GC-BRIKS, or click here to order online.

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