If you are a regular listener to Hail Varsity Radio, or you pay attention to Hail Varsity magazine, you know that we're big fans of Sartor Hamann Jewelers.
Founded in 1905, Sartor Hamann is a fourth-generation family run company, managed by Executive Vice President Rick Hamann. Rick is a great friend, a loyal supporter of Hail Varsity and a die-hard Husker fan.
Rick and I always enjoy talking about the Huskers. Last week after we were done breaking down the Scott Frost hire, talking Husker hoops and football recruiting, we got to talking Oris watches. Sartor Hamann is the exclusive Nebraska retailer for these Swiss-made watches. Our radio host Chris Schmidt owns one. I own the Oris Artelier and the Oris Aquis Depth Guage. They're incredible.
I told Rick we were looking to grow our online community and threw out the idea of giving away an Oris watch to a lucky annual online subscriber. Rick loved the idea and suggested we give away the Oris Air Racing Edition VI, a $2,000 watch. How cool is that?
So the only qualification to be eligible to win, is that you are an annual subscriber to HailVarsity.com by Feb. 28. We'll draw the winner on March 1. The cost for a premium online subscription is just $120 for one year and gives you access to all of our online premium content as well as The Varsity Club, our premium online forum. Check this out for all the great benefits.
If you're a monthly $10.99 subscriber and want to switch to an annual $120 subscription (you save $11.88 per year), it's easy. Our system will automatically apply any credit you have for the remaining days from your monthly subscription and will provide the details at checkout.
Aaron founded Hail Varsity in 2012 with the goal of building a premium media experience for Husker fans. He has enjoyed a career in sports for over 20 years, working for the Kansas City Royals, UNK and UNL athletic departments and for the New York Yankees. An accomplished photographer, Aaron’s photos have been published in Sports Illustrated and ESPN magazine. When not roaming the sidelines with his camera, he’s probably planning his next trip to Europe.<br />