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  • Thu., May. 08, 2014 5:00PM CDT Texans Draft Party pres. by Coors Light Texans fans who are in need of a football fix are invited to come out to the 2014 Houston Texans Draft Party presented by Coors Light on Thursday, May 8 at Reliant Stadium.  The Draft Party begins at 5 p.m. CDT and the 2014 NFL Draft begins at 7 p.m.
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Motion Sensors
The Houston Texans have partnered with SMG and Reliant Energy to save energy throughout Reliant Stadium. Motion-sensor light switches have been installed in all Texans offices. The sensor automatically shuts lights off after 20 minutes if they do not detect any motion.

Paper Recycling
The Texans, in partnership with Waste Management, Aramark, and Waste Management Recycle America, support a recycling program for all Texans home games at Reliant Stadium. The effort is year-round, with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and any other events held in the stadium also participating. Recycling bins can be found throughout Reliant Stadium and Reliant Park.

Training Camp Recycling
Approximately 10,000 bottles were recycled from the practice fields during training camp in 2011.

Interactive Media Guide
The Houston Texans created the NFL’s 1st interactive media guide, allowing the Texans to save the estimated 2,600,000 pages used in printing. The Texans will continue to be on the cutting edge of development and innovation.

Electric Transportation
All of the team’s transportation vehicles are electric. If staff members aren’t getting from place to place on foot or in an electric golf cart, they can be found riding one of the Houston Texans' Segways. No oil is consumed, and no CO2 is emitted.

The Texans’ annual “Gameplan,” a document that is sent out to sponsors each year, was transitioned in 2008 from being printed on paper to being distributed on CD.

Touchdown for Trees presented by Imagenet
For each offensive touchdown scored by the Houston Texans at a home game, Imagenet donates a tree to be planted in the Greater Houston area. For the 2012 season, Imagnet will donate $5,000 to purchase trees that will be planted throughout Houston to encourage clean air and to beautify neighborhoods.