I’m celebrating all things Texas Tech this week as the men’s basketball team prepares to play Stephen F. Austin University tomorrow in Round 1 of March Madness! So, what better way to celebrate than by sharing about how my love for my alma mater can be passed on to future generations in my family through the Texas Tech Legacy Program!
The Texas Tech Legacy Program is open to youth, infant through age 18, who have a parent or grandparent who is a Century Level Member of the Texas Tech Alumni Association. These youth can sign up, then receive gifts throughout their childhood that remind them that they are an important part of the Texas Tech family.
My brother and I are both proud Red Raiders, so when I told him about this awesome program, he was excited for my niece and nephew to be part of it! The sign-up process is super easy via an online form or printable registration form. Within a month of signing up, the Legacies receive a welcome letter, membership card, and welcome gift!
My brother grabbed his camera to capture the precious memories of my niece and nephew opening their gifts.
These future Red Raiders were so excited they were cheering with delight! 🙂
The blankets they received are a wonderful quality fleece embroidered with a Double T and “Legacy Program.”
I’m so excited that my brother’s and my love for Texas Tech is being passed on to my niece and nephew and I can’t wait to see what else they’ll receive in the years to come!
I love being a member of the Texas Tech Alumni Association. The Century-level membership is $100 annually, and has a ton of great benefits. A few of my favorite benefits, in addition to the Legacy Program, are the subscription to the Texas Techsan magazine, the many exclusive discounts at national retailers, and the ability to network with over 30,000 fellow Red Raiders.
I also love that I would have access to the Frazier Alumni Pavilion on the Texas Tech campus for home football games – now, if only Lubbock wasn’t so far away from Seattle I’d be there all the time! There are many membership level options available, each with wonderful benefits. Learn more about the levels here.
My brother and I each have bricks to commemorate our time at Tech and they live outside the Frazier Alumni Pavilion. Bricks are another great way to contribute to the Alumni Association and can be purchased here.
I am so proud to be a Red Raider, and so thankful to the Alumni Association for making me feel connected to Texas Tech even at 1,700 miles away.
Wreck ’em and party on!
Many thanks to the Texas Tech Alumni Association for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.