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Sask. Roughriders offer fans the chance to add their name to Mosaic Stadium

Saskatchewan Roughrider fans who want to forever be a part of the team’s new home turf can now fulfil that dream through a new fundraising campaign.

Minimum $300 donation buys a place on the fan wall

Three granite structures will go up at the new stadium where a limited number of fans will be able to have their names engraved into the fan walls. (Submitted by Riderville.com)

Saskatchewan Roughrider fans who want to forever be a part of the team's new home turf can now fulfil that dream through a new fundraising campaign.

It's called the Build The Pride Capital Campaign, and for $300, or more, your name will be emblazoned on one of three granite walls at Mosaic Stadium.

"Over the past couple of years we have had many inquiries from fans who wanted to support the stadium project," said Roughrider President & CEO Craig Reynolds. "We have designed an inspiring plaza that will celebrate our incredible fan base while providing permanent recognition to fans for their generous contribution to the Build The Pride Capital Campaign."

Fans who donate will be offered a charitable tax receipt. Donations can be made online.

Funds raised will be designated to support charitable projects in the city of Regina.