Texans launch fan council to help shape organization's future

Group will directly collaborate with Texans leaders to share feedback 'that will be at the heart of decision-making'

(SportsRadio 610) - The Texans are launching a Fan Council to collaborate with the team on decisions that will help influence aspects of the organization and the fan experience, the team announced Monday morning.

The volunteer council will be comprised of 50 diverse and dynamic fans who will participate in regular, in-depth focus groups and other exclusive opportunities throughout the 2023 season, the team revealed in a press release.

“We are excited to launch the Houston Texans Fan Council to build an even deeper connection to our fanbase and bring them closer than ever before,” Texans Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications Doug Vosik said in a statement. “As a voice for all Texans fans, the council will have the unique opportunity to collaborate with us on a variety of topics that will directly impact their experience. The feedback we receive will be at the heart of our decision-making moving forward."

Our own Sean Pendergast, co-host of SportsRadio 610's Payne & Pendergast morning show, will be part of the council. The goal is for fans to work directly with Texans leaders to share meaningful feedback and ideas that will help shape the future of the organization.

The team’s most avid fans, causal fans and new fans, along with representatives from current fan groups including Somos Texans and Battle Red Ladies will make up the group. The council will meet quarterly with executives and staff to review materials, presentations, briefs and other team-provided subjects. Topics for the Fan Council’s discussion will include fan experience, gameday entertainment, annual creative campaigns, retail merchandising and more.

Fans can apply to be a member of the Fan Council through April 19 at 5 p.m. CT. For more information or to apply, visit here.

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