Why Did FAMU Boosters Get Athletic Parking R…

To answer the question, we must first operate under the assumption that the Florida A&M University Board of Trustees was being strategic in its initial decision to give parking revenues from Rattler athletic events to its athletic booster clubs. If the goal was to use parking revenues as a fund to reward committed boosters’ travel and expenses, or maybe as seed money to finance fundraisers organize and thrown by the boosters, then it makes perfect sense for the institution to partner with its athletic Direct Support Organization in the same way most colleges work with their foundations to raise money for student scholarships, or to endow faculty positions.

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