A Taste for Dallas Sports Scores Big with Greater Yield
Dallas firm supports Rotary Club fundraiser as Platinum Sponsor
Greater Yield, a Dallas-based provider of customized enterprise transformation solutions, is the 2012 Platinum Sponsor of “A Taste for Dallas Sports.” This charity event held on February 2 by the Dallas Trinity Rotary Club and the Rotary Club of Dallas raises money to support service projects and scholarships for youth in the Dallas area through a silent auction and raffle.
A Taste for Dallas Sports began in 2006 to celebrate Dallas-Fort Worth sports teams and raise funds and awareness for various service projects. These projects include initiatives by local Rotary clubs to show students how to recognize, develop and utilize their leadership, scholarship and service capabilities. Other projects focus on improving literacy, aiding inter-city youth, providing special needs assistance programs and granting student scholarships.
“As a member of the Dallas community for almost two decades, Greater Yield has had the opportunity to see many of the Rotary Club’s initiatives make a lasting impact in our area, such as providing scholarships for youth and college-aged students,” said Debbie Womack, principal of Greater Yield. “We recognize the importance of this event and are honored to support Rotary and its beneficiaries as the Platinum sponsor.”
A Taste for Dallas Sports will be held from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Sheraton Dallas, 400 N. Olive St. in the Draft Media Sports Room. The evening will include a silent auction and raffle drawing, with the winner receiving between 2-4 tickets for one game for each of the following Dallas teams: Cowboys, Mavericks, Stars, Rangers, FC Dallas and the Byron Nelson. The winner does not have to be present.
Tickets to the event are $25 each or a book of five for $100. Each ticket admits one person to the raffle drawing and silent auction where refreshments and snacks will be served. A cash bar will also be available. To purchase tickets and find out more information about A Taste for Dallas Sports, click here.