After making a name for himself in the business community, Towers has now been accepted for membership in the invitation-only exclusive Gainesville Quarterback Club. Dedicated to University of Florida football, the Gainesville Quarterback Club is the oldest Gator Booster Club in the world. In its 63rd year, the Club has a rich history of fun, fellowship and of service to the University of Florida and its football program.
“This is a great opportunity to really be part of the Gator Nation,” Towers said. “The Quarterback Club brings together a diverse group of people dedicated to strengthening the UF football program. A side benefit is all the fun we have sharing our love for the team.”
Comradery aside, the Gainesville Quarterback Club has been busy supporting various projects around campus over the years. The club equipped the first computer lab for UF student athletes; purchased the first portable x-ray machine and, over the years, has sponsored the Ray Graves Award at the annual Gator team awards banquet. In addition, the Gainesville Quarterback Club has funded football scholarship endowments - emphasizing its commitment to athletic and academic excellence.