- Contributing more than $118 million to higher education through team payouts and local scholarships.
- Developing the bowl and its Community Festival of Events into an annual event with an average total economic impact of $45 million to the San Antonio economy.
- Drawing more than 1.55 million spectators to attend the bowl game since inception generating a total economic impact in excess of $915 million.
- Raising the Bowl’s profile from the 18th out of 18 bowls the first year to its current place as the #1 bowl outside the College Football Playoffs thanks to five straight Top 25 match-ups.
- Negotiating every title, television and conference partnership in bowl history including the current Big 12 and Pac-12 deals that makes the Valero Alamo Bowl the #1 bowl outside of the CFP through 2025.
- Reaching a 10-year extension with ESPN to continue its broadcasting rights to the game across ESPN’s platforms through 2025.
- Successfully securing and hosting neutral site games such as the 2006 Texas A&M vs. Army game, three Big 12 Championship games in San Antonio and the 2009 and 2016 Notre Dame Shamrock Series.
- Producing Valero Alamo Bowls that have been one of the Top 3 highest rated non-BCS/CFP bowl games on ESPN in 20 out of the Bowl’s 26 years delivering over 142 million ESPN viewers.
- The Valero Alamo Bowl ranks #1 of the non-CFP bowl games in viewership, attendance, team payout and scholarship giving.
A graduate of Duke University, Fox came to San Antonio in August 1992 after seven years with the Fiesta Bowl. He began his Fiesta Bowl career as an intern in 1986 and held the title of Director of Marketing his last three years.
A native of Port Angeles, Washington, Fox and his wife Alison have two sons – Drew (25) and Jake (23).