Washington State AD Bill Moos on Fundraising and New Facilities

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Washington State AD Bill Moos continues sharing insights in Part II of his 1.Question interview. Topics of note today include the increase of premium seating areas in new construction, the operation of regional fundraising offices, and discussion about the success ratio of fundraisers who have spent time in a regional office (including Moos’ advice to those generating dollars in cities away from their home campus).

Bill Moos – Director of Athletics – Washington State University (Part 2)

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Bill Moos | Director of Athletics | Washington State University (Part 1)

Rob Spear | Director of Athletics | University of Idaho (Part 2)

Rob Spear | Director of Athletics | University of Idaho (Part 1)

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