Texas A&M to ‘Relief Out’ Kyle Field Saturday with #BTHOharvey t-shirts

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Texas A&M Athletics, in partnership with Maroon Out and C.C. Creations, are encouraging fans to purchase and wear #BTHOharvey shirts to Saturday’s game against Nicholls State at 6 p.m. in an effort to ‘Relief Out’ Kyle Field as Aggies stand to BTHO Harvey.

"We are encouraging all current students, former students, and fans of Aggie football to wear their #BTHOharvey shirt to the Nicholls State game this Saturday,” said Head Maroon Out Director Hannah Gallagher ’18. “This ‘Relief Out’ is a powerful symbol of unity and a visible statement that will show the world that Texas A&M is standing with those who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey and pledging our support. With your help, we can BTHOharvey and ‘Relief Out’ Kyle Field! "

The #BTHOharvey t-shirt sale is part of an initiative originally developed from an idea by Texas A&M head football coach Kevin Sumlin, who sought to show support and solidarity with the people of the Gulf Coast.

The shirts, which are sold for $10, feature the outline of the state of Texas over the universal symbol for a hurricane. A red heart is over the Gulf Coast region.

On-campus purchases can be made at the Coach Jackie Sherrill Lettermen’s Club in Kyle Field from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Wednesday and Friday, at the Maroon Out On-Campus Kickoff Thursday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. and at Koldus 110-111 four hours prior to kickoff against Nicholls State on Sept. 9.

The t-shirts are also available in-store at The Warehouse at C.C. Creations in College Station and online at http://www.thewarehouseatcc.com/btho-harvey.html. Fans that plan to purchase shirts prior to the game are encouraged to purchase in-store or on campus.

The sale supports BTHOharvey, a student-led relief initiative at Texas A&M University sponsored by Maroon Out and Class Councils that is supported by more than 150 student organizations on the A&M campus.

Texas A&M Athletics encourages people interested in assisting with the relief effort to support BTHO Harvey, www.BTHOHarvey.org.