NEXT EVENT SEATING CHART: Comerica Bank High School Sportsmanship Luncheon, presented by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Proceed straight to your table, as there is no need to check in. When we have large crowds, we don’t want to start late due to long lines. If you have not prepaid, there is a will-call table at the event where you can pay for your seats.
We use assigned seating. All tables have a sign with your name and/or your entity’s name, how many seats you have at your table, and the table number. Please know that if you order a seat, we need you to pay for it or we will lose money.
Table One — TASO, Houston football chapter
Table Two — Kinkaid (silver)
Table Three — Comerica Bank (title)
Table Four — Fellowship of Christian Athletes (title)
Table Five — Spring Branch ISD (bronze)
Table Six — Friendswood (bronze)
Table Seven — Northside HS (10)
Table Eight — Klein Collins (10)
Table Nine — TD Club (10)
Table 10 — TD Club (5); Aldine ISD (3); Thurgood Marshall HS (2)
Table 11 — Clear Brook HS (10)
Table 12 — TASO (3); Lamar Consolidated (4); Houston Austin (1)
Table 13 — New Caney ISD (10)
Table 14 — North Shore HS (10)
Table 15 — Pasadena ISD (10)
Table 16 — Pasadena Memorial HS (10)
Table 17 — HISD (10)
Table 18 — Tompkins HS (10)
Table 19 — Dickinson (10)
Table 20 — Alief Elsik (10)
Table 21 — Fort Bend ISD (10)
Table 22 — Rosehill Christian (10)
Table 23 — Cypress Springs (10)
Table 24 — Tomball Memorial (10)
Table 25 — Cypress Park HS (10)
Table 26 — Kingwood Park (10)
Table 27 — The Village School (4); Westbury Christian (3)
Table 28 —
Table 29 —
Table 30 —
Seating received and name of person who called. All schools/districts listed are for 10 seats, unless otherwise noted:
Northside, Mariana Vela; Klein Collins, Adrian Mitchell; TASO, Greg Maxwell, 13 seats: Spring Branch ISD (bronze), Dwayne Eggerman; Clear Brook, Debbie Fuchs; Aldine ISD, Dre Thompson, three seats; Friendswood, Rondell Merritt; New Caney, Jennifer Kay; North Shore, Vivian Dancy; Pasadena ISD, Ruperto Jaso; Pasadena Memorial, Jeremy Richardson; Tompkins, Linda Andrews; HISD, Marianna Olivarez; Dickinson, Tammy Dowd; Alief Elsik, Scott Moehlig; Fort Bend ISD, Lisa Cockerham; Houston Austin, Theo Young; Cypress Springs, Rusty Rohan; Tomball Memorial, Vince Sebo; Lamar Consolidated, Nicole Nelson, four seats; Kinkaid (silver), Nathan Larned; Rosehill Christian, Bruce Lane; Cypress Park, Greg Rogers, Kingwood Park, Clayton Maple, Thurgood Marshall (two seats), James Williams; Houston Austin (one seat), Theo Young.
Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about our events:
PARKING : There is free parking underneath the JW Marriott and with a surface lot across Sage Street. The JW Marriott is at 5150 Westhemer at Sage in the Galleria.
There is free parking at the Bayou City Event Center in its lot. The Bayou City Event Center is at 9401 Knight Road, near Holmes and Fannin streets, which is near NRG Stadium.
DRESS: Dress is business to business casual. If you get cold easily, then be sure to bring a jacket for the event as the room will be about 72-74 degrees.
FOOD: Meals will be served to all who purchase tickets. The caterer also provides gluten-free and other types of meals upon request.
TICKETS: More tickets are available by e-mail at email@example.com, or by phone call to the TD Club’s Neal Farmer at 713-849-9860. There will be 10 seats available for people who walk up to the event without paying in advance.
SEATING CHART: We have a seating chart you can view at www.touchdownclub.org. Once on the home page, click on the left side where it says “seating chart.” Proceed straight to your table if you already have tickets. There is no need to check in as this slows down the process.
We use assigned seating. All tables will have a table sign with your name on it, and how many seats you have at that table, as well as the table number. All tables are 10 seats each.
TOUCHDOWN CLUB OF HOUSTON: We are the Houston chapter of the National Football Foundation. The NFF – among other things – runs the College Football Hall of Fame and gives scholarships to undergraduates and graduates in colleges. We are non-denominational, in that we don’t solely support one team. Our purpose is to assist kids in Greater Houston. Please check our website for updates to our future events. The best way to help us is to attend our events.
COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS:
We have put more than $200,000 worth of weights and weight equipment into 42 Greater Houston high schools in 17 years.
We have awarded approximately $220,000 in scholarships in the past 20 years to approximately 315 kids from Greater Houston.
We have teamed up with the Houston Texans to distribute excess cleats and tennis shoes to needy area high schools.
We teamed up with event founders Phil Camp and counselor Coby Rhoden, as well as HISD and the Houston Texans, for a Senior Showcase college tryout at the Texans’ Methodist Practice Facility. More than 800 kids have landed about $80 million in NAIA, NCAA Division II and NCAA Division III scholastic aid in the first eight years of the highly successful event.