The Biggest Fan of TBDBITL Contest

The Ohio State University Foundation

Are you The Biggest Fan of The Best Damn Band in the Land?
Here’s your chance to show it –and vie for an incredible prize during
The Biggest Fan of the TBDBITL Contest
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THANK YOU for participating in the Biggest Fan of TBDBITL contest!

We are excited to announce that Rebecca Whatley brought in over 100 gifts toward scholarships for our hardworking Marching Band members. Today, we’re crowning her TBDBITL's biggest fan.

Thank you all for participating in this fun, important challenge. And this fall, when you watch TBDBITL’s members play their hearts out on the field, take pride in knowing that you help make their performances possible.


We need your help to raise gifts for the 100% TBDBITL Campaign, which aims to provide a scholarship to every member of the Marching Band. Playing with TBDBITL is a huge time commitment, which means our student musicians can’t really pursue part-time jobs or paid internships in addition to their schoolwork. Many rely on student loans. Some discover they can’t afford to join the band.

Here’s how you can help: Build a personal fundraising page and recruit your network of friends, family and fans to support the 100% TBDBITL Endowed Scholarship Fund. Get creative. Go viral. Start drumming up support for our deserving students.

The fundraiser who brings in the most gifts (we’re talking donors here, not dollars), will win the Ultimate TBDBITL Experience. You’ll travel to the 2018 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade–and have a prime spot to watch TBDBITL’s first performance in the legendary celebration.

The contest ends April 30, so get started today!

You must review official contest terms and conditions to determine eligibility. This contest is open to U.S. residents only. The Ohio State University faculty and staff are eligible to fundraise but will be not be eligible to receive the prize package. Making a personal donation to your own fundraising page will disqualify you for the prize package.  View frequently asked questions.