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Dear Mr. George Vance McGee, Thank you for your Season Tickets purchase for Texas Men's Basketball 2022-2023 Season @ the brand NEW MOODY CENTER in Central Austin.

 Dear Mr. George Vance McGee,

Thank you for your Season Tickets purchase for Texas Men's Basketball 2022-2023 Season @ the brand NEW MOODY CENTER in Central Austin.

Thank you for supporting Texas Athletics. We encourage you to help us lead our University community, our conference, and the nation to higher levels of fan sportsmanship and make UT sporting events the model for safety, civility, and team pride. Visit for more information.

Hook 'em Horns!
Texas Athletics Ticket Office

Student giving Hook 'Em Horns hand sign


Oct. 10, 2022

Mr. George V. McGee

Thank you for your investment in Texas Athletics!

Your support provides University of Texas student-athletes with the best environment to reach their full potential–in their academic endeavors and in competing for championships.

On behalf of the entire Longhorn family, we thank for your support and passion. Hook ‘em!

DESIGNATION: Texas Men's Basketball

Date: Oct. 4, 2022

Amount: $250.00

Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, this new law eliminates the charitable contribution deduction for payments made for the benefit of a higher education institution that grant the donor the right to purchase seating at an athletic event in the athletic stadium of such institution beginning January 1, 2018.

The University of Texas does not provide tax counsel and we urge you to seek the advice of your professional counsel when considering the tax deductibility of any contribution.

The University of Texas at Austin
University Development Office
PO Box 7458
Austin, TX 78713

Call: (512) 471-4439

Please find attached a printable version of your acknowledgement.


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