ABOUT THE WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY SNOW GLOBE
Wright State University’s College of Liberal Arts is excited to partner with Global Love Dayton to launch a limited-edition snow globe for Wright State University. Only 250 snow globes have been created and the first shipment sold out. The second shipment is here is on a first-come, first-serve basis, so order your snow globe today!
The limited-edition Wright State Snow Globe contains some of campus’s most iconic building and landmarks. The snow globe features:
- Alumni Tower
- Turning Points (BART)
- Rowdy Raider
- Ervin J. Nutter Center
- Creative Arts Center
- Boonshoft School of Medicine
PRICING & SHIPPING
This beautiful Wright State Snow Globe is available for $125.00 ($82.00 charitable donation to ArtsGala scholarships). We can ship the snow globes anywhere within the continental US for a flat rate of $10.00. For those opting not to pay the extra shipping, you will be notified once they are ready and can pick up your snow globe in the COLA Dean’s Office at Wright State University.
We will be accepting orders until all 250 snow globes have been purchased. These snow globes will make the PERFECT gift for the WSU fan in your family.
PARTNERSHIP WITH GLOBAL LOVE DAYTON
Global Love Dayton is a Dayton-based organization that helps create limited edition custom snow globes celebrating and supporting the Dayton region's treasures. The Wright State University snow globe will be the 4th snow globe to join the Global Love Dayton collection. To learn more about Global Love Dayton and to see the other snow globes in the collection, CLICK HERE.
Global Love Dayton was founded by Kelly Lehman. As a former ArtsGala Host Committee Member, donor, and parent of Wright State, Kelly is ecstatic to bring to life the Wright State University snow globe.
In August, we received final renderings from the manufacturer of the Wright State Snow Globe. Keep in mind, the installation inside the snow globe is no more than 5 inches tall and 4 inches in diameter. The magic of snow globes come from the magnification of the glass globe and the solution inside the globe.