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REEDER Sponsors FWHCC Annual Clay Shoot

Thank you to the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for hosting their annual clay shoot. It was a beautiful day to be outdoors and enjoy a test of shotgun skills.

REEDER is proud to have been a Bronze-level sponsor of the clay shoot which benefits the non-profit initiatives of the Chamber. We are also proud of the REEDER Raiders shooting team, taking home 2nd Place in the tournament. The Chamber introduced COVID-19 safety practices with food and beverage service, and an optional in-person or virtual awards ceremony.

The Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Annual Clay Shoot gives shooters from all industries an opportunity to network and make connections, while having fun outside of the office. As always, we thank the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber for their hospitality!

REEDER Volunteers at Ben Hogan Classic for Soldiers

2020 Ben Hogan Classic Presented by the Air Power Foundation

It was a perfect day to celebrate our freedoms as 200 soldiers attended the annual Ben Hogan Classic at Fort Hood on June 26, 2020. With an active military population of more than 36,000, registration filled up in less than 24 hours. The REEDER team was excited to be a sponsor as well as volunteer at this Fort Hood favorite event. The enthusiasm of our team was summed up by Wes Reeder:

“The Ben Hogan Classic is one of my favorite events because it benefits soldiers. They sacrifice so much to protect our freedoms and golf is such a great way for them to enjoy a day that’s all about them.”

Soldiers not only enjoyed a round of golf but were treated to breakfast tacos, a Bloody Mary bar, pizza, lots of Ben Hogan swag, giveaways, and more. Take a look at some of the highlights from the event!

About Ben Hogan Foundation: The Ben Hogan Foundation funds charities and programs that reflect Ben Hogan’s core values: qualities like self-determination, courage, a competitive spirit, integrity and hard work. It supports his passions: golf and its influence on young people, education, and the well-being of children.

Give Me Shelter | Art Auction & Fundraiser

#GiveMeShelter With Special Guest, Pat Green!

Join us as we raise funds to help build a shelter for Bochy’s Place a safe home for women rescued from sexual exploitation and trafficking. They break the cycle of exploitation by leading them into a new normal, empowering them to build the character and integrity to stay there.

MORE EVENT DETAILS:
Goal: Raise money to help build a shelter for human trafficking victims here in DFW.
Attire: Dressy Casual
Food/Drink: Complimentary Hors d’oeuvres & Beer/Wine
Time: Doors open at 6:00pm. Auction starts at 7:00pm.
Location: Galleywinter Gallery, 3525 Lovell Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Parking: Complimentary Valet
Auction Items: Paintings and sculptures from Pat Green and other artists.

Can’t attend? Donate here and choose, Give Me Shelter.

Have a question? Contact marketing@reedergeneral.com.

ABOUT BOCHY’S PLACE: Bochy’s Place is a subsidiary to Sparkle Living, Inc. (a non-profit 501C3 Texas Corporation) A safe house focused on rebuilding the lives of women who have been rescued from sex trafficking and exploitation. Our mission is to provide a Christ-centered, nurturing family environment to enhance women emotionally, physically and spiritually according to God’s design.

#TASA20 Midwinter Conference Recap

We had a great first visit to the 2020 TASA Midwinter Conference and made some great connections with Texas administrators and board members. We also learned a lot to prepare us for next year.

Five of us from the REEDER team made the trip down to Austin to exhibit but also attend some of the informative sessions. The TASA Midwinter app was super helpful and provided attendees with more information about our company.

2020 tasa midwinter conference

Some of the sessions we enjoyed attending were:

  • “Building a Strong Foundation” by Shannon Bearden, Associate Principal, Huckabee
  • “An Exemplar of Long-Range Facility Planning: Keller ISD” by Sloan Harris, Partner, VLK Architects
  • “Lessons Learned from First-Year Superintendents” by Diana Barrera, Kenedy ISD & Cade Smith of Brock ISD
  • “Standing at the PR Crossroads: When Privilege Meets Social Justice” by Janet McDade, Carroll ISD & Julie Thannum, APR, Carroll ISD
  • “Developing a District Scorecard” by Dee Mills, Brock ISD & Cade Smith, Brock ISD

Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth. The REEDER Bluetooth speakers were at hit and our DeWalt Combo Kit winner was Brandon Rabe of Architects Rabe + Partners. We look forward to seeing everyone next year!