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Fort Bend Regional Council of Substance Abuse to host “Born to be Wild” bowling tournament

Shown is 2013 Corporate Challenge lead sponsor David Young with Union Pacific Railroad.

On May 18, Fort Bend Regional Council on Substance Abuse, Inc. will hold its 9th Annual Fort Bend Corporate Challenge “Born to be Wild” Bowling Tournament.  Once again Union Pacific Railroad Company has stepped up to be the lead sponsor and invites local businesses, organizations and individuals to bring a team and enjoy the fun while supporting this worthy organization.

Funds raised from this event will support the Summer Explosion, Youth Leadership Camp, October’s Red Ribbon Week activities, and many other programs provided by Fort Bend Regional Council.

Since 1976, Fort Bend Regional Council on Substance Abuse, Inc. has challenged the idea that substance abuse is just another part of modern society in Fort Bend County.  Substance abuse disorders are indiscriminate in whom they affect and are the cause of so many problems in our community.  With that in mind, Fort Bend Regional Council comprehensively addresses substance abuse through youth prevention and leadership programs, treatment for individuals and families struggling with addiction, and outreach programs to help families and communities stay safe and drug free.

For more information on how to become a sponsor for this event please contact Mandi Bronsell at 281-207-2409 or mbronsell@fortbendcouncil.org.

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