Who Is Houston Texans Mascot?
Toro is the official mascot of the Houston Texans of the National Football League. He was “born” on April 21, 2001, according to his official biography, giving him the Taurus Zodiac sign. He attends a variety of Houston Texans events, amusing diverse crowds with various antics. The Toro Kids Club is a program run by Toro.
TORO has been the official mascot of the Houston Texans since April 23, 2001, and this season marks his 20th season with the franchise. TORO is well renowned for his high-flying feats, amusing antics, and ability to generate the Homefield Advantage during Texans home games at NRG Stadium.
TORO, the mascot of the Houston Texans, has been selected the NFL Mascot of the Year for 2021, the team announced today. Each year, at the NFL Mascot Summit, all 26 NFL mascots vote for the NFL mascot who has had the most overall success.
TORO also won the Anchor in the Community award for the best mascot in the community in 2021. The NFL Mascot Summit, when NFL mascots share best practices and start planning for the future season, was held virtually this year and ended with the NFL Mascot Awards.
In Houston, Texas, the average mascot gross income is $44,683, or an hourly rate of $21. The average mascot wage in the United States is $356, which is 1% lower (-$356). They also receive a $1,157 bonus on average.