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  Aggie Business Luncheon - Heath Clary ’19 Wednesday, February 5, 2020
       
Location:   Tupinamba Cafe - 9665 N Central Expressway
Time:   11:30AM-1:00PM
Price:   0.00
Description:   Join us for the DAMC’s Aggie Business Luncheon, typically held monthly on the first Wednesday of the month. At each luncheon, we typically welcome an interesting guest speaker, often times an Aggie. Come hear their story of success and achievement; and bring plenty of business cards for networking.

Guest speaker/program:
Heath Clary ’19, author of All It Takes Is Everything You’ve Got.

For over a decade, head coach Rob Childress has built Texas A&M into one of the elite college baseball programs in the country. All it Takes is Everything You’ve Got takes you behind the scenes of the Aggie baseball program, allowing you to meet the players, coaches, and others responsible for that success.

Given unrestricted access to the inner workings of Texas A&M Baseball, Heath takes you into the dugout, the coaches’ offices, and inside the locker room to chronicle one season of big-time college baseball. This book combines personal profiles with coaching decisions, baseball strategy, and much more to show fans what it’s like to go through the ups and downs of a 56-game schedule.

Heath is a recent graduate of Texas A&M, class of 2019. He worked in sports media while pursuing his degree in finance and still lives in College Station. This is his first of what he hopes will be many books in his career.

AggieBaseballBook.com

For more information on the DAMC’s monthly Aggie Business Luncheon, please contact Tyler Wehner ’05 via email: wwehner@ft.newyorklife.com