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Ultimate Aggieland couple receives dream wedding outside Kyle Field

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Posted at 7:54 PM, Nov 06, 2021
and last updated 2021-11-07 14:30:52-05

COLLEGE STATION — In Aggieland, there’s nothing more important on Saturdays than some good old fashion football.

So, when one couple faced the challenging task of selecting a wedding date during the season, Dos Equis was ready to help!

Through the power of social media, Dos Equis found the ultimate Aggieland couple and surprised them with the wedding of their dreams.

”In my family, it’s just impossible to imagine having a fall wedding because a fall wedding means interfering with Texas A&M football," said Morgan Oliver, A&M alum and bride.

"The fact that Dos Equis made it where we can combine Texas A&M football and my big day is just a dream come true,”

Dos Equis partnered with Texas A&M to solve this age-old problem without missing a beat on game day.

”It’s incredible, I can’t think of anyone ever having a backdrop or a view like this for their wedding,” said Rodney Oliver, the groom.

Surrounded by their closest friends and family, the couple said they truly felt that they were creating memories that will last a lifetime.

“Being able to say every time we're at Kyle Field, that we got married right over there, it’s just a great reminder every time we come here of what a great day this was,” said Mr. Oliver.

Dos Equis is on a mission to provide people with lifetime experiences and the Oliver’s are getting just that.

”They are such big Aggie fans, so for us to be able to take them down on the field, that's just gotta be one of the most amazing experiences for them,” said Ashleigh Phelps, senior brand manager, Dos Equis.

The Oliver’s said their 'I dos' on the A&M practice field moments before kickoff at Kyle Field in College Station.

“There’s just no better place and I’m so excited to attend the football game with all of my closest friends and family and start our marriage at Kyle Field, especially when we beat the hell out of Auburn,” said Mrs. Oliver.

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