Official Release | February 3, 2020

AUSTIN, Texas (Feb. 3, 2020) – The Austin Spurs, presented by SWBC, today announced that they will host their sixth-annual Go Red Night in partnership with Texas Mutual to raise awareness for heart health on Sunday, Feb. 9 at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park when the Spurs take on the Santa Cruz Warriors at 4 p.m.

The team will wear special-themed jerseys that will be signed and auctioned off with net proceeds benefiting the American Heart Association. Fans will be able to cast their bids from now until 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 9. Fans can text “Spurs” to 52182 to register for the auction.

Throughout the game, heart healthy tips will be shown on the videoboard to educate fans on ways to maintain heart health. All fans attending are encouraged to wear red.

Fans will have the opportunity to win tickets to the game by posting photos of themselves on social media wearing red for National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7 and using hashtags #ATXSpurs15 and #GoRedATX.

For tickets or more information, visit or call (512) 236-8333.


Austin-based Texas Mutual Insurance Company, a policyholder-owned company, is the state’s leading provider of workers’ compensation insurance. Texas Mutual provides coverage to 43 percent of the market, representing 70,000 companies, many of which are small businesses. Since 1991, the company has provided a stable, competitively priced source of workers’ comp insurance for Texas employers. Helping employers prevent workplace accidents is an important part of Texas Mutual’s mission.


The American Heart Association is a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives. They are dedicated to ensuring equitable health in all communities. Through collaboration with numerous organizations, and powered by millions of volunteers, they fund innovative research, advocate for the public’s health and share lifesaving resources. The Dallas-based organization has been a leading source of health information for nearly a century. Connect with them at, Facebook, Twitter or by calling 1-800-AHA-USA1.