Williams introduces Buzz’s Bunch to Aggieland

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Texas A&M head men’s basketball coach Buzz Williams encourages young people to join “Buzz’s Bunch,” which is a program with a primary objective of helping children with special needs come together socially while hopefully falling in love with game of basketball.

Buzz’s Bunch began in 2008 when Williams was the head coach at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisc., and it continued to flourish during his time in Blacksburg, Va., at Virginia Tech. The completely-free program has blossomed into a community with more than 300 members across the nation, many of whom remain in close contact with Coach Buzz.

Among the benefits of joining Buzz’s Bunch are a pair of opportunities to interact with Coach Buzz, his staff and members of the Texas A&M men’s basketball team.

During the 2019-20 season, two non-conference home games will be designated as the Buzz’s Bunch Games, and members will receive free tickets to their choice of game and have the chance to spend time with players and staff on the court before warmups. Additionally, the 12th annual Buzz’s Bunch Camp will be hosted in Aggieland on Saturday, Aug. 3.

To enjoy the benefits of Buzz’s Bunch, please email info@buzzsbunch.com with the young person’s name, date of birth, email address, mailing address, phone number, name of parent(s)/guardian(s), T-shirt size and any special requests or accommodations.

Anyone interested in partnering with or making a donation to Buzz’s Bunch can do so by emailing info@buzzsbunch.com.

For more information on Buzz’s Bunch, visit www.Facebook.com/BuzzsBunch.