Every summer for the last 59 years football fans in Texas eagerly anticipate their copy of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine. Until now, only the most savvy magazine collectors managed to hold on to their vintage copies. Early editions have sold for as much as $1,000. Now, thanks to a unique partnership with the nonPareil Institute of Plano, Texans will be able to find their names and their favorite team previews from 1960 to present day. They can view or download the page they want, print it out and own a piece of Texas Football history of which they played a part.
“We are so very excited to partner with nonPareil on this project,” Adam Hochfelder, president of Sports In Action LLC, the Lewisville-based media company that owns Dave Campbell’s Texas Football, said. “These folks have valuable skills that can be harnessed to help businesses reach new markets. For our fans, their solution solves a problem for us. We get inquires weekly about how to find old issues and look up past glory days of football lore.”
In addition to the wages this project is providing, new subscribers have the opportunity to give back by using the promo code “Autism” during the month of April. For every new subscription using that code Dave Campbell’s will donate $10 to the Non-Pareil Institute in honor of Autism Awareness Month.
Subscriptions to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football may be purchased online at www.texasfootball.com/subscribe.
“nonPareil Institute is pleased to have forged a partnership with Dave Campbell’s Texas Football that allows our crew members to gain work experience, responsibility, and pride of a job well done!” Mark Theurer, nonPareil Director of Operations, said. “We are grateful to Dave Campbell’s for this opportunity that helps our crew members and nonPareil Institute build better futures for adults on the autism spectrum.”
The archive is available to subscribers at www.texasfootball.com/archive. Subscribers also receive both annual print editions of the magazine along with access to premium online content.