COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The No. 5 Texas A&M Aggies’ Sunday home match against the North Texas Mean Green (6 pm) has been designated a charity game to kick pediatric cancer. The match is being played for the benefit of Turn It Gold, raising awareness of childhood cancer and increasing funding for the cause.
A silent auction will be held during the game with a bevy of cherished items available for bidding, including a Kevin Sumlin autographed football, two football tickets to the Texas A&M-Mississippi State game (October 3), two men’s basketball tickets to the Texas A&M-Baylor game (December 19), a Guest Coach package for the soccer game against Alabama on October 9, a limited edition maroon #12 game jersey (Women’s XL), a 2014 College Cup Memory Package, an Adidas package and a limited edition poster signed by the 2015 squad.
All cancer survivors and those currently battling are invited to join the team at Ellis Field. Visit 12thMan.com ticket center (http://12mf.info/?RjcGV9) for special rates using the promo code Turn It Gold.
All fans will be able to purchase Turn It Gold t-shirts designed by the Aggie Soccer team at the match with proceeds going to Turn It Gold.
Donations can currently be made by clicking on this link: “Texas A&M Soccer Goes Gold.” Any $50 donation earns an Aggie soccer ball signed by the team and a $200 donation receives a team signed Texas A&M soccer jersey.
Posted on 12thMan.com | September 16, 2015More Info