Seminole Boosters, Inc. and the Florida State University Athletics Department has received a leadership commitment from Alan & Carol Flaumenhaft in support of Florida State Athletics. Through their pledge, the Flaumenhafts will make key investments in football operations, Dick Howser Stadium, scholarships, women’s basketball and student-athlete development as part of the five-year Unconquered Campaign.
Previously, the Flaumenhafts have made commitments in support of the renovations of the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center and other FSU athletics facilities initiatives and have been long-time contributors to the Seminole Boosters’ annual fund.
Alan is Executive Chairman of BeneLynk and a 1988 graduate of FSU and joined the Board of Directors for Seminole Boosters in 2015.
“Florida State Athletics is a very important part of our family, and Carol and I couldn’t be more excited about the announcement of Coach Mike Norvell to lead our football program,” said Alan Flaumenhaft. “Whether it’s basketball, baseball or any of our 20 sports the standard is to compete for championships at FSU. After listening to his press conference on Sunday, I believe we are positioned to do this again in football under Coach Norvell’s leadership. Great days are ahead for Seminole athletics”
“Alan and Carol continue to display their unwavering support of Florida State Athletics,” Athletics Director David Coburn said. “They have hosted our student-athletes and donors in their home and Alan has been a tremendous asset to our Board of Directors serving as Treasurer this year. I am very grateful they are on our team of donors. This is a very exciting time for everyone associated with FSU athletics; we have tremendous momentum.”
Seminole fans interested in supporting FSU football and all 20 sport programs are encouraged to join Seminole Boosters by visiting seminoleboosters.com. With more than 40 percent of the operating budget for athletics coming from our fans, their investments are critical in the success of our student-athletes in competition, the classroom and community.