2006 HUSKY FOOTBALL GAME DAY GUIDE by keara

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									    2006 HUSKY FOOTBALL GAME DAY GUIDE
AAA SERVICE
FREE roadside assistance is available after games in the north and south stadium lots.
Limited services are available, including lockout rescue, flat tire service and jumpstarts.

ATM LOCATIONS
Two cash machines are located in Husky Stadium during the 2006 season.

ANIMALS
Certified service animals or service animals in training for guests with disabilities are
allowed in Husky Stadium. All other animals are prohibited.

BABY CHANGING AREAS
Two dozen baby-changing stations are located in various men’s and women’s
restrooms in Husky Stadium.

BAG INSPECTIONS
All bags (including purses, fanny packs, backpacks, coolers) will be visually inspected
before being allowed into Husky Stadium. All prohibited items (see list) will not be
allowed into the stadium. Expect lines to get into the stadium and arrive early to avoid
delays. Fans who leave the stadium will be subject to bag inspections upon re-entry.

BEVERAGES, BOTTLES & CANS
Plastic bottles under a 2-quart volume are allowed in the stadium. Alcoholic beverages,
glass bottles, cans, thermoses (in excess of 2 quarts), Bota Bags, and ice chests are
prohibited in Husky Stadium.

BOAT MOORAGE
Boat moorage is available on a season or single game basis. For information or to
purchase permits, please call the Tyee Office at (206) 543-2234. For boats anchoring
in the bay, there will be a $5 fee per person for shuttle service collected on the return
trip. This service is provided by Electric Boat Company, the official shuttle boat service
of Husky Football.

BUS SERVICE
Pre-game: Metro bus service is free on game day to anyone holding a ticket for that
          day’s game.

              Metro buses also go directly to Husky Stadium from one of 8 designated
              Park & Ride lots. The service is free from the Park & Ride lots with a
              game ticket ($4.50 two-way fare without a game ticket). Buses will begin
              boarding at Park & Ride lots two hours prior to kickoff and will leave every
              20 minutes or when they are full. Please call 206-543-TIME to verify
              kickoff time. The last bus will leave the Park & Ride lots 45 minutes prior
              to kickoff and arrive at the stadium approximately five minutes before the
             start of the game. (Exception: last buses from the South Renton and
             Federal Way Park & Rides will leave 60 minutes prior to kickoff.)

Post-game: Following the game, buses will be lined up at designated locations near
           Husky Stadium. Each Park & Ride location will be designated with a color-
           coded sign, which will be in the front and front side windows of the bus.
           Staff will be on hand with color-coded signs to help fans locate the correct
           bus. Buses will depart when they are completely full.

For more information, call the UW Transportation Office at (206) 685-4761 / TDD (206)
684-1739.

CAMERAS AND CAMCORDERS
Cameras are allowed in Husky Stadium, however camcorders are not permitted within
the stadium.

CONCESSIONS
Sodexho Services has 23 stands throughout Husky Stadium on all concourse levels.
These points-of-sale offer hot dogs, caramel corn, popcorn, beverages (soda, water,
coffee, hot chocolate), peanuts, etc.

DAWG SLEDS
The Dawg Sled program is a service provided to Husky Football fans who need extra
assistance getting to their seats in the upper level of the stadium. Dawg sleds are golf
carts which operate on the north ramps (across from tunnel 23) and the south ramps
and run from the time the gates open until kickoff. Dawgs sleds do not run from one
side of the stadium to the other or operate during and after the game due to safety
concerns.

DISABLED PATRON INFORMATION
For fans that have extreme difficulty reaching upper level seats a limited number of
elevator passes are available by calling (206) 543-2230. You must have a current note
from your physician stating the nature of your injury or illness. Wheelchair storage is
available during the game at all first aid stations.

The University of Washington is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and
reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.           To request
accommodations, contact the Disabilities Office at least 10 days in advance of the
event.

      (206) 643-6450 (voice);
      (206) 543-6452 (TDD);
      (206) 685-3885 (FAX) or
      access@u.washington.edu

To request a Disability Parking Permit, call (206) 685-7167 or (206) 616-8710.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS
From I-5 going north or south:
1. Take the signs to Seattle.
2. Take the SR 520 exit toward Bellevue-Kirkland (east).
3. Travel ¼ mile and take the Montlake Boulevard exit.
4. At the end of the off-ramp, turn left at the stoplight onto Montlake Boulevard.
5. Travel across the Montlake Bridge; Husky Stadium will be visible on the right.

From I-405 going north or south:
1. From I-405 take the SR 520 exit toward Seattle. This leads you onto the Evergreen
   Point Floating Bridge heading west.
2. Once across the bridge, take the Montlake Blvd exit; turn right at the end of the off-
   ramp.
3. Travel across the Montlake Bridge; Husky Stadium will be visible on the right.

ELEVATORS
Elevators are located at the north and south sides of Husky Stadium. Fans who have
extreme difficulty reaching the upper level seats should call the Washington Athletic
Communications office at 206-543-2230 to request an elevator pass.

FIRST AID & CARDIAC CARE
First Aid and Medic One personnel are available at each First Aid Station to respond to
your medical needs. First Aid Stations are located on each level of the stadium. They
are marked by signage in the concourse areas. Ushers and University Police will be
available for assistance in case of emergency. If there are any anticipated special
medical needs by individuals attending the game, we ask that these be made known to
the First Aid Station closest to their seat location. First Aid locations are ground level
south, 2nd level south, 3rd level south, west perimeter, ground level north, 2nd level north
and 3rd level north.

GAME PROGRAMS
The Official Husky Game Day Program is available for $5, while supplies last, in and
around Husky Stadium on the day of the game.

GAME TIMES
Football kick-off times are subject to change for television broadcasts. Call (206) 543-
TIME or visit www.gohuskies.com for the latest game times.

HUSKY HALL OF FAME
The Husky Hall of Fame is located in the Bank of America Arena on the west end. The
Hall of Fame will be open prior to each home game and for one hour after each home
game.

JUNIOR HUSKY CLUB
The Junior Husky Club is a very special way for kids to join the fun and excitement of
Husky Athletics. If your child is 12 years or younger, sign them up and receive all the
great benefits of the Junior Husky Club: membership card, t-shirt, Husky premium item,
seasonal newsletter, special admission prices to Husky athletic events and much more!
To sign up just send $15 and your child’s name, T-shirt size, birth date, mailing address,
e-mail address and home phone number to:

       Junior Husky Club
       UW Athletics Dept., Box 354070
       Seattle, WA 98195-4070

       For more information call (206) 543-3086 or e-mail jsukraw@u.washington.edu.

LASER POINTERS
The use of laser pointers in strictly prohibited and will result in ejection from the stadium.

LOST & FOUND
Check the Husky Stadium Game Management office across from Tunnel 10 on game
day. After game day, call (206) 543-2246.

MEDIA GUIDES
Fans wishing to purchase UW Athletics media guides may do so through the Husky
Team Shop. Please call 206-543-1137 for more information.

MERCHANDISE
Husky merchandise is available on game days at any of the 11 Husky Team Shop
kiosks located throughout the stadium. There are four merchandise tents, located
inside the Northwest, Southwest and South Plazas. Merchandise is also available at
www.gohuskies.com, or at the Husky Team Shop located in the southwest corner of
Bank of America Arena.

PARKING
The gates for football parking areas open at four hours prior to kick-off. Public football
parking is available in a portion of lots E1 and E2. These lots are located north of
Husky Stadium on Montlake Blvd. A stack method of parking (bumper-to-bumper) is
used in lot E1. This means that you will not be able to move your vehicle until the
vehicle in front has moved. Non-stack public parking is available in the west campus
lots, west of 15th Ave NE, and in the main campus lots. Motor homes may park in lot E1
on game day, but no overnight motor home parking is allowed on University property.
The parking fee is $10 per car with 3 or more persons, $20 per car with 2 or less
persons, $30 for buses and $40 for motorhomes and campers. Please note: the
parking lots near Husky Stadium generally fill up 30-60 minutes prior to game
time. For general football parking information call (206) 616-8710. For information on
Tyee parking permits, call 206-543-2234 or e-mail huskies@u.washington.edu.

POLICE
Police headquarters are located by Tunnel 2 at the west end of Husky Stadium.

PREMIUM GIVEAWAY TENTS
Stop by one of the four premium giveaway tents each game to pick up your FREE
promotional item while supplies last. They are located inside Husky Stadium near the
northwest entrance, the west entrance, the southwest entrance and the east end zone.
PROHIBITED ITEMS
Alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs, video cameras, glass bottles, cans, thermoses (in
excess of two quarts), Bota Bags, picnic baskets, ice chests, horns of any kind,
banners, flags and signs on sticks, weapons or explosives of any kind, sales of
unauthorized merchandise, placards, leaflets not approved in advance by the athletic
department, other conduct prohibited by the UW regulations or by law. Violators are
subject to removal from the stadium and to applicable disciplinary action and/or legal
action.

Stadium personnel have been instructed to enforce the policies in the interest of the
comfort and safety of our patrons. Please give them your cooperation and report
incidents to the ushering staff.

RADIO BROADCASTS
Throughout the northwest, turn to the Washington ISP Sports Network for coverage of
the Dawgs.

Washington
Seattle                    KJR          950 AM
Bellingham                 KPUG         1170 AM
Centralia                  KMNT         102.9 FM
Forks                      KVAC         1490 AM
Grand Coulee               KEYG         98.5 FM
Hoquiam                    KWOK         1490 AM
Kelso                      KLOG         1490 AM
Moses Lake                 KWIQ         100.3 FM
Mt. Vernon                 KBRC         1430 AM
Olympia                    KGY          96.9 FM
Omak                       KOMW         680 AM
Port Angeles               KONP         1450 AM
Shelton                    KMAS         1030 AM
Tri-Cities                 KONA         610 AM
Walla Walla                KUJ          1420 AM
Wenatchee                  KPQ          560 AM
Yakima                     KUTI         1460 AM
Oregon
Portland/Vancouver         KUIK         1360 AM
Alaska
Anchorage                  KBYR         700 AM
Juneau                     KSUP         106.3 FM
Idaho
Payette                    KIOV         1450 AM
Canada
Vancouver, BC              TEAM 1040 1040 AM
SEAT CUSHIONS
For information on purchasing or repairing seat cushions call Husky Fever at (206) 522-
7069 or visit one of their four customer service tables. They are located on the north
and south sides of Husky Stadium on game day.

SMOKING
Due to Washington State law, smoking is prohibited inside Husky Stadium.

TICKETS
Husky Ticket Office: www.gohuskies.com
Ticket info is also available by calling (206) 543-2200 (M-F, 8:30am-4:30pm).

Ticket Sales: Stadium ticket windows open 3.5 hours prior to kickoff (located at the
west end of the stadium).

Gates open 2 hours prior to kickoff. General Admission and Family Plan seating is
restricted to designated areas in the east end zone. Children 2 years and under are
admitted free and must be held.

Lost, Stolen, Forgotten and/or Destroyed Tickets – Replacement Policy
Husky Ticket Office will address lost or stolen tickets with the account holder on record
ONLY.

      SEASON TICKETS
      Lost in Mail – Must be reported in advance of game to Husky Ticket Office and a
      lost in mail report filed with the US Post Office.

      Stolen – Must be reported in advance of game to Husky Ticket Office and a
      report filed with the Police.

      REPLACEMENT FEES

      GAMEDAY                     BEFORE GAMEDAY
      Full Public Price           ½ Full Public Price

GROUP TICKETS
Group tickets are now available for Husky football games. Purchase a minimum of 25
tickets for a 30% savings. E-mail grouptix@u.washington.edu or call 206-543-2200 for
more information or to place your order.

TRANSPORTATION
Want to carpool to Husky Football?            Just log on to Event Ridematch at
www.rideshareonline.com to register and choose one or more Husky Football games
from the event list. Then check your matchlist for potential carpoolers.

WHEELCHAIRS
Wheelchair storage is available during the game at all First Aid stations.

WILL CALL
Stadium will call windows open 3.5 hours prior to kickoff. Players’ Guest will call opens
at the Players Guest Entrance 2 hours prior to kickoff. Both will calls are located at the
west end of the stadium. Picture ID is required for will call pick-up.

SCHEDULE
    Sept. 3          SAN JOSE STATE                     12:30pm
    Sept. 9          at Oklahoma (ABC)                  12:30pm
    Sept. 16         FRESNO STATE                       12:30pm
    Sept. 23         UCLA                               12:30pm
    Sept. 30         at Arizona                         6:00pm
    Oct. 7           at USC                             TBD
    Oct. 14          OREGON STATE                       12:30pm
    Oct. 21          at California                      TBD
    Oct. 28          ARIZONA STATE                      12:30pm
    Nov. 4           at Oregon                          12:30pm
    Nov. 11          STANFORD                           12:30pm
    Nov. 18          at Washington State (FSN)          3:45pm

       Home games are in bold and all CAPS.
       All times are Pacific and subject to change.
       For game times call 206-543-TIME.

								
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