Support The I-5 Corridor's postseason push this Cyber Monday
Help The I-5 Corridor keep its momentum going into the postseason and beyond.
Hope you left some room after Thanksgiving: We have another big serving of stories coming up this week on The I-5 Corridor before taking off for Las Vegas on Thursday.
Pretty wild that Oregon’s a 9.5-point favorite against an unbeaten team. We’re going to have to ask Christian Caple about that in this week’s Home-and-Home.
Ok, to the important/awkward stuff:
We didn’t run a Black Friday deal because, well, we were a little busy on Friday. But I would like to extend an offer here on Cyber Monday. We’re getting to the part of the season that gets really expensive to cover as an independent media organization, which then unfortunately leads right into the financial doldrums of the offseason. Some of our best work comes during those months, but it has certainly been challenging to navigate the last two years.
To ensure we’re operating at full capacity as the Ducks head into the postseason, then the Big Ten era, every added subscription is huge. So please, if you have yet to subscribe to The I-5 Corridor, consider doing so this Cyber Monday for 33 percent off our annual price.
For current subscribers, first off, thank you for all of your support. This has been our best year of stories so far and we’re only picking up momentum. If you would like to add a little extra support, please consider gifting a subscription.
Or, here’s my Venmo: Look, I’ll take tips. And in the future this might help avoid scheduling the nine-hour layover that’s waiting for me in Denver on the way back from the Pac-12 Championship game Saturday.
If you’re reading this, you’ve already helped The I-5 Corridor. We’re running on word of mouth — and my inconsistent social media skills — and I’m incredibly grateful for anyone who’s taken a few minutes out of their day to spend it over in our little neck of the internet woods.
Thanks for all your support. Now, it’s time to get to work.
Tyson Alger, The I-5 Corridor
And, for anyone who missed out, I’ve unlocked my feature on Oregon defensive back Khyree Jackson for all to read.