The Red Raider Club Tailgate Tour will make a stop in San Antonio on May 21.
May 7, 2013
Kliff Kingsbury will title what will be a homecoming eventuality for a first-year Texas Tech conduct football manager during a 2013 Red Raider Club Tailgate Tour in San Antonio on May 21.
Sharing a spotlight with Kingsbury will be newly named men’s basketball manager Tubby Smith, conduct women’s basketball manager Kristy Curry, conduct soccer manager Tom Stone and entertainment executive Kirby Hocutt. The San Antonio eventuality will be a initial Red Raider Club coming for Smith who took over a men’s basketball module on Apr 2.
“We are celebrating a new epoch for Texas Tech Athletics.” Debbie Montford, Texas Tech Board of Regent said. “We acquire a Red Raider coaches and jaunty care group to San Antonio and know this is going to be a good event.”
The eventuality will get underway during 5:45 p.m. during a Briscoe Museum (210 W. Market St.) and is being co-chaired by John and Debbie Montford along with Ed and Linda Whitacre.
“The Texas Tech Tailgate Tour will yield a eventuality for Red Raider fans to come accommodate a university’s jaunty leadership, including new conduct coaches Kliff Kingsbury and Tubby Smith,” Ed Whitacre, former ATT and General Motors CEO said. “We wish all Texas Tech fans will join us.”
The Red Raider Club Tailgate Tour is an eventuality that brings a members together with comparison conduct coaches of several sports and entertainment dialect administration. The Feb Recruiting Reviews took place in Dallas, Houston, Lubbock and Midland and saw record crowds in any city with a sum of over 2,400 Red Raiders in attendance. The May apportionment of a Tailgate Tour starts in Amarillo on May 15 and also facilities Coach Kingsbury and Athletics Director Kirby Hocutt.
“We conclude a joining of a fans opposite a state,” Amy Heard, Associate AD/Red Raider Club stated. “These events turn singular chances for a fans and coaches to correlate and eventually applaud being a Red Raider”
For Kingsbury, a San Antonio stop will symbol his initial as a conduct manager of a Red Raiders and his last, while wearing a Scarlet Black, given personification in a 2001 Valero Alamo Bowl opposite a Iowa Hawkeyes. Kingsbury grew adult only north of San Antonio in New Braunfels where he rewrote a annals book during New Braunfels High School and afterwards again during Texas Tech from 1999-2002.
To squeeze tickets for this event, greatfully hit a Red Raider Club by emailing [email protected] or by phone during (806) 742-1196.
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