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Texas Wildlife Association
Texas Wildlife Association

October, 2010

TWA Partners for Wildlife Tailgate Party 

Dear TWA Supporter, 


We’re just a couple of weeks away from the TWA Partners for Wildlife Tailgate Party prior to the Texas Tech vs. Texas A&M football game on Saturday, Oct. 30, in College Station (2:30 p.m. kickoff).

TWA color logoPlease join us before the game for good food and a chance to meet and spend time with members of your TWA extended family. The Tailgate Party begins at 11 a.m. at the front office grounds of the Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources (1500 Research Parkway, College Station, 77843-2260). See attached map to the office location.


Fajitas and refreshments will be served. A free transportation shuttle will be provided from the Tailgate Party location to the stadium. A return transportation shuttle is also possible (being discussed).


Map to TWA Tailgate location

Please share this information with any Texas Tech and Texas A&M friends in the TWA extended family that you know or with any friends that you’d like to introduce to TWA who may be attending the game. 

Special thanks to TWA Vice President Neal Wilkins and his great team at IRNR for their generosity and assistance in securing arrangements for this special event. Please reply by Oct. 22 if you plan to attend, if possible, so food details can be finalized. 



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