Red Raider Club Kickoff Luncheon scheduled for Aug. 21 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Red Raider Club Kickoff Luncheon scheduled for Aug. 21

Provided by Texas Tech Athletics

The Texas Tech Football season will get an official kickoff with the annual Red Raider Club Lubbock Kickoff Luncheon on Thursday, Aug. 21, inside the exhibit hall at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.

With season tickets sold out for the first time in school history, this year’s luncheon is expected to reach record numbers for the second consecutive year. Individual tickets for Red Raider Club members are $45 while non-members are $60. Reserved tables of eight can be purchased for $750 while the Athletics Director and Head Coach’s table are priced at $5,000, the offensive/defensive coordinator’s table at $2,500 each and an assistant coach’s table is $1,500.

Tickets can be purchased by calling the Red Raider Club at (806) 742-1196, by email (rrc.events@ttu.edu), or online at redraiderclub.com/events.

Kingsbury will give fans in attendance an in-depth look at this year’s team as well as an introduction of players and staff at the luncheon. Joining the football team will be coaches and student-athletes from the sports of cross country, soccer and volleyball. Also on hand will be the Goin’ Band From Raiderland, Raider Red, Saddle Tramps and the Tech cheer and pom squads.

Doors will open at 11:15 a.m. and the program will get underway at noon.

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