Advance online ticket sales for the 2019 Dallas Aggie Muster are now closed; though tickets may still be purchased at the door.
Join us for one of Texas A&M University’s most treasured traditions as our distinguished guest speaker, Porter S. Garner III ’79, addresses local-area Aggies, family, and friends at the 2019 Dallas Aggie Muster.
Please note that the Dallas Aggie Muster will be held on Monday, April 22. While Aggie Muster is typically observed on San Jacinto Day, April 21, the DAMC is following the lead of Texas A&M, to best accommodate the Aggie community and loved ones of deceased Aggies being honored, by changing the date since the Easter holiday is Sunday, April 21.
5:30pm: Doors open; check-in commences
5:30pm-7:00pm: Dinner & cash bar
7:00pm: Muster program
Discounted advance purchase tickets: $16.00
At the door/day of the event: $25.00
Above ticket pricing includes admission, BBQ dinner by Gilley’s Dallas, and parking in the adjacent surface lot.
The $16 discounted advance purchase tickets may be acquired online by clicking on "EVENT SIGN UP" below - at the bottom of this page. Sales of these discounted tickets have been extended and are now available for purchase until 10:00pm on Sunday, April 21.
Significant day-of-event sales are expected at the door; so please consider purchasing your tickets in advance. While no one will be turned away, please also be aware that food and seating are limited; and all seats are available on a first-come, first-seated basis.
Contact the DAMC via firstname.lastname@example.org with questions on tickets.
ROLL CALL FOR THE ABSENT
If you would like to add a family member to the roll call or have any questions regarding the ceremony, please contact the DAMC via email@example.com.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT
Help support this year’s Dallas Aggie Muster by making a tax-deductible donation! Muster has become a great tradition in Dallas and the Dallas A&M Club could not host such a time-honored event without the generous support of Aggies & friends of Texas A&M.
To underwrite a portion of the program expenses for the Dallas Aggie Muster by providing a gift of any amount, please contact the DAMC via firstname.lastname@example.org. Any additional proceeds from our annual Muster program will then benefit the Dallas A&M Club scholarship fund.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Porter S. Garner III ’79, President and CEO of The Association of Former Students, graduated from Texas A&M University in 1979 with a B.B.A. in marketing and began his career with Hughes Tool Company before joining The Association’s staff as Field Director in 1981. After nearly 18 years of service to The Association, Porter was unanimously elected by the Board of Directors to lead the organization, making him only the seventh chief executive in The Association’s 140-year history. He assumed the leadership position in 2000, and over the last 18 years as President and CEO, Porter has inspired innovation throughout the organization and led initiatives to achieve The Association’s vision to become the premier alumni association, enhance Association services, and broaden the organization’s reach and relevance to the worldwide Aggie Network. Porter serves as a non-voting member of The Association’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee, working closely with the Board to ensure that donated funds are used in the most efficient and effective ways to benefit Texas A&M and the Aggie Network. Under his leadership as President and CEO, The Association of Former Students’ total assets have grown from $55 million to $128 million, and the organization has raised over $300 million impacting Texas A&M and Texas Aggies. Porter is a member of the Self-Governing Alumni Forum (SGAF), Council of Alumni Association Executives (CAAE), the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and serves on the board of directors of the Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – College Station Region. He served on numerous boards to include: CASE District IV, CASE Commission on Alumni Relations, Brazos Valley Rehab Center and March of Dimes. Porter and his wife, Lisa ’91, have three children: Claire ’21, Callie ’23 and Porter IV.