Phillip D. Glass Now Sporting a Mocs Football Helmet
Tennessee American Water Company's Phillip D. Glass showing off his new Mocs football helmet.
Courtesy: GoMocs.com
With the start of the 2010 college football season just over a week away, all of Chattanooga is buzzing about the Mocs' season opener against No. 3 Appalachian State at Finley Stadium.  Even Tennessee American Water's No. 1 employee, Phillip D. Glass, is getting in on the action with his new Mocs football helmet. 

Phillip D. Glass can be seen on the north side of Amnicola Highway/Riverside Drive in Chattanooga, just east of Scrappy Moore Field.  He was given his new Mocs helmet Wednesday morning and is still sitting in his usual spot on top of the Tennessee American Water Company tank. 

"It is great to see a Chattanooga icon like Phillip D. Glass get on board with the Mocs," stated Director of Athletics Rick Hart.  "This is just another sign of how much the community is getting behind our football program and supporting our athletics department and our university.  I would like to thank Tennessee American Water for this unique opportunity to promote Mocs Football."

Chattanooga kicks off on Sept. 4 at 3:00 p.m. (E.D.T.) against the five-time defending Southern Conference Champion Mountaineers.  The game will televise live on SportSouth (Comcast 53) and is available nationally on Direct TV (649) and Dish Network (437). 

"We are proud to be on board with all of the excitement surrounding the Mocs," stated Kim Dalton, External Affairs Manager at Tennessee American Water.  "UTC is such a big part of the Chattanooga community and we are happy to show our support."

A WHITEOUT is planned for Finley Stadium for the game and a near capacity crowd is expected.  Tickets are on sale now on GoMocs.com or by calling the UTC Ticket Office at (423) 266-MCOS (6627). 

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