Market Street to donate $3,000 to Boots and Badges of South Plai

Market Street to donate $3,000 to Boots and Badges of South Plains

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

(Press Release)

Market Street will donate $3,400 to Boots and Badges of the South Plains following the company’s annual Lubbock area softball tournament. The tournament, hosted by team members from Market Street, Amigos, and United Supermarkets on July 9th at the Texas Tech Athletic Complex softball fields, included about 400 participants. The day of games and friendly competition is designed to raise funds for designated charities. Boots and Badges of the South Plains works to raise money for local first responders and their families. The non-profit serves 23 counties across the South Plains.

Aaron Cristan, who leads the organization, said this presentation is coming at an ideal time.

"We have needs that are currently going unmet. The money raised will allow our organization to help cover those costs and ease the burden for local first responders and their families,” Cristan said.

WHEN: July 9th – 10:45 a.m.

WHERE: Market Street 3405 50th St. Lubbock, TX.

MEDIA: For photo/filming opportunities and interviews with The United Family, please
contact:

Nancy Sharp at 806.786.1363 or email at nsharp@unitedtexas.com

Kasie Whitley at 817.832.6981 or email at kwhitley@unitedtexas.com

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