BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M Ventures has signed a multi-year partnership with 44 farms that will see one of the top beef producers in the United States as a proud partner of Texas A&M Athletics for the foreseeable future, it was announced Friday.
“We are delighted to welcome 44 farms to the Texas A&M Athletics family, a partner who truly embodies the spirit of the 12th man,” said Texas A&M Ventures CEO Clay Harris dit. “The great people at 44 Farms is what makes them such an exceptional brand, just as the 12th Man makes Texas A&M such a special place. We are proud to partner with 44 Farms and deliver such a fantastic product. to Aggie fans throughout the calendar year. “
This complete marketing partnership will extend throughout the calendar year of athletics, aligning 44 farms with fall, winter and spring sports, as well as a digital and social presence across 12th Man channels. All hot dogs and dried meat sold in sports venues throughout the year will use the meat of 44 Farms thanks to a new and interesting integration of concessions together with Levy Restaurants, the official provider of food and hospitality services of Texas A&M.
“We are proud to continue our long work to support and encourage student-athletes and Texas A&M Athletics programs,” said Bob McClaren, president and CEO of 44 Farms. “These talented and dedicated men and women will become the future leaders of our great state and nation. It is an honor to line up even more 44 farms with Texas A&M. We all know that Texas A&M provides the most exciting gaming experience in the world. We hope to be a part of this great tradition and even enhance this fun and exciting experience. Ross Bjork, Athletics Director of Texas A&M, i Clay Harris, the CEO of Texas A&M Ventures, to work with us on this exciting project. We believe that together we can do amazing things. “
The president and CEO of 44 Farms, Bob McClaren, was born at College Station and contributed to the establishment of the 44 Farms International Cattle Academy of Texas A&M University (IBCA). McClaren was the co-chair of the Kyle Field Redevelopment Committee and the Blue Bell Park Redevelopment Committee. McClaren also successfully raised two former Texas A&M students, following in the footsteps of his grandfather SW McClaren ’53.
About 44 barns
Located 60 miles from College Station in Cameron, Texas, 44 Farms is one of the largest registered Angus livestock farms in the United States that develops premium Angus bulls and females for commercial livestock producers worldwide. From this core business, two premium branded Angus beef programs have been developed: (a) 44 Farms Steaks supplying quality restaurants and other all-natural Angus beef feeding service operations to which never no hormones have been added or antibiotics have been administered; and (b) the brand new McClaren Farms, which is an all-natural Angus beef program with no added hormones and can now be found near 500 Walmart stores in five southeastern states (Florida, Georgia, North Carolina). South, Alabama and Mississippi). You can find additional information about 44 farms by visiting 44farms.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @ 44FARMS.
About Texas A&M Ventures
Texas A&M Ventures is the official multimedia rights partner for all things at Texas A&M University. Texas A&M Ventures is College Station’s LEARFIELD team, strategically focused on working with Texas A&M Athletics to develop new ways to work with business partners. Among the many opportunities available to interact with fans, alumni, and the Texas A&M campus community are television, radio, hospitality, the fan zone, signage, headlines, promotions, the press print, 12-year-old television and exhibition at www.12thman.com.