Hosts Needed for Dinner with 10 Red Raiders

Texas Tech students and alumni come together as strangers and leave as friends.

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Texas Tech students and alumni come together as strangers and leave as friends Texas Tech students and alumni come together as strangers and leave as friends.

Back by popular demand this semester is the Student Alumni Association’s Dinner With 10 Red Raiders. Texas Tech students will again reap new networking benefits thanks to the SAA program, which was created in the 2006 Spring Semester.

The idea behind the Dinner with 10 Red Raiders program is to build and strengthen the Texas Tech community by creating an informal environment for Texas Tech alums to make connections with students.

By becoming a Dinner with 10 Red Raiders alumni host, you make Texas Tech a little warmer and friendlier for current students as well as foster a positive Texas Tech experience for you and the students in attendance. SAA’s Dinner with 10 Red Raiders welcomes all Texas Tech alumni hosts.

Dinners can range from a catered affair to a backyard barbeque and offers participants a great opportunity to make new friends and valuable connections. Texas Tech students, alumni and faculty come together as strangers and leave as friends. In addition to a nice meal, the program offers participants an excellent opportunity to make new friends and valuable connections. Texas Tech students and alumni come together as strangers and leave as friends.

Jeff Klotzman, a 1976 graduate of Texas Tech with a bachelor’s in journalism and a 2000 graduate with a master’s in mass communications, hosted a dinner in his home with his wife, Kim, a 1977 Texas Tech graduate with a bachelor’s in business administration. Jeff Klotzman is currently a news anchor for FOX34 while Kim Klotzman is a development officer for Institutional Advancement at Texas Tech.

If you or anyone you know would be interested in hosting a dinner or would like more information about the Dinner with 10 Red Raiders program, please contact Chad Elrod at 806.742.3641 ext. 242 or chad.elrod@ttu.edu.