It was "Millennial Day" at Georgetown University. It all started with a video starring Georgetown men’s head soccer coach Brian Wiese.
"I don't think I will be heading off to Hollywood any time soon," said Brian Wiese.
Georgetown marketing guru Chris Grosse was the brains behind “Millennial Day”.
"I thought it was a good opportunity to celebrate it, instead of get angry about it," said Georgetown Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing Chris Grosse.
Fans could buy tickets for half the game, if they didn’t want to commit to watching the entire thing or they could get in free if they held three jobs in three years.
"Millennials expect a lot to be given to them, but in reality they have to work for stuff," said Georgetown sophomore Rick Nickel.
The Georgetown athletic department offered all things Millennials love.
Watch the video above for the full story with ABC7 Sports Reporter Erin Hawksworth.