The Engagement Ring Store Partners with Jewelry Designer Friends to Help the North Texas Food Bank Tackle Childhood Hunger
LOS ANGELES (March 29, 2011) – - This spring Robbins Brothers, The Engagement Ring Store™ partners with the Taste of the NFL: The Ultimate Cowboys Tailgate Party to undertake childhood hunger. Ticket holders can “party with a purpose” alongside star hosts Chef Kent Rathbun of Abacus, Dallas Cowboy DeMarcus Ware, and Cowboys legend Preston Pearson, while benefiting the North Texas Food Bank. The 7th annual event will be held on Sunday, April 17, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Glass Cactus in Grapevine.
Robbins Brothers will host an ‘Engaged to the Cause’ raffle in which partygoers can buy a jewelry gift box for a chance to win sparkling accessories including men’s wedding bands, bracelets, and pendants from designer friends Simon G., Lori Bonn, and Frederick Goldman who graciously offer their support. Robbins Brothers will offer a total of 50 products for the raffle. Supporters can get on the ball and reserve a spot today. Click here (“select” the tickets tab), or purchase an event ticket at the door (while supplies last) for $150 per guest.
“This fun evening has become a springtime tradition, and we are grateful to be on the receiving end of this winning team captained by our amazing hosts and a great lineup of talented chefs and dedicated sponsors,” said Jan Pruitt, president and CEO of the North Texas Food Bank. “You are huddling up to embrace our cause at a time of elevated need as we aim to help even more families in need of food assistance.”
“For the past five years Robbins Brothers has cherished the opportunity to team up with the Taste of NFL’s North Texas Food Bank charity event,” said Tanya Stafford, General Manager of the Dallas store. “It’s always an enriching experience to give back to the community, especially to children who suffer from hunger. This year we’ve stepped up our involvement and excited about presenting ‘Engaged to the Cause.’ We’re eager to help provide meals for kids across the Dallas area and hoping this year’s event is the most successful yet.”