The multi-year partnership will support Texas Tech football, baseball, and men’s and women’s basketball. Reliant will also support fun game day activities for fans and alumni, starting with Raider Alley and Jones AT&T Stadium. “Reliant has been a great partner to the Athletics and we are very pleased to nominate them as our sole energy partner,” said Kirby Hokkat, director of athletics at Texas Tech University. I’m here. “As we prepare for the season opener, we are extremely grateful for Reliant’s support and look forward to welcoming them to the Red Raider family.”
Break her! Texas power company Reliant has partnered with Red Raiders as a proud partner of Texas Tech Athletics and the Texas Tech Alumni Association. The organization today announced a new multi-year partnership to support Texas Tech Athletics, fans, alumni, and the Lubbock community. Reliant President Elizabeth Killinger said: “As the people of Lubbock prepare to enter a new era in utility choice, we, like Texas Tech, will serve them while forging new local ties and deepening existing partnerships. We look forward to partnering with a beloved local institution and being a part of the excitement of the Red Raider Nation for years to come.”
As the Lubbock region transitions to a competitive residential power market over the next year, Reliant will help residents and small businesses take advantage of new options, powering local homes and businesses in the fall of 2023. Looking forward to it. To kick off the 2022-23 sports season, Reliant will sponsor the Red Raider Club’s annual kickoff luncheon with the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce on August 26th at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. The luncheon will feature Joey McGuire just a week after making his debut as the Red Raider’s new head football coach.
Reliant’s new relationship with Texas Tech Athletics and the Texas Tech Alumni Association was secured by his LEARFIELD’s Red Raider Sports Properties on behalf of the university.