Tickets Now Available for Fight to Unite
Information provided by | Emma Wright, Programs Specialist, UWBV
United Way of the Brazos Valley is excited to announce its second annual Fight to Unite wrestling match fundraiser in collaboration with Lions Pride Sports. Fight to Unite will be April 14 at 7:30 pm at Edible Field in Bryan.
This family friendly event features professional wrestlers, a VIP Experience, and several raffle packages. Fight to Unite is open to the public and tickets starting at $15 are now available for purchase at uwbv.org/fightounite.
Fight to Unite will feature several exciting matches, including the Title Match in which Lions Den Champion Trent Mercer, also known as “The Watchdog,” will face off against Hostage Hirsch, also known as “The Coffin King” in a championship match.
Raffle packages include a Lions Pride Sports Birthday Party Package, the Lions Pride Sports Professional Wrestling Training Package and the Champion Basket, featuring gift cards and special passes from Bryan-College Station area businesses. The VIP Experience begins at 6:00 pm and includes refreshments and special seating and private meet-and-greets with the wrestlers.
United Way would like to thank its generous sponsors, College Station Ford, Aggieland Chevrolet, College Station Nissan, Elements Retirement & Investment Consultants, Patterson Architects, Tito’s Vodka, Trevino-Smith Funeral Home, Stylecraft Builders, Schulte Roofing, Texas A&M University Office of the President, Texas A&M University System Office of the Chancellor, Texas A&M Health, Physicians Premier, Coleman & Patterson Real Estate, Mid South Baking Company, The Station On 29th, Top of the Hill-Greasy Burgers, KinderHill Brew Lab, JaCody Construction, Lamar Advertising, and Kristen Distributing Company. This event is only possible because of their support and United Way is very grateful for the many partnerships provided.
To learn more about Fight to Unite and to purchase tickets, please visit uwbv.org/fightounite.
About United Way of the Brazos Valley United Way of the Brazos Valley fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in the Brazos Valley. They strengthen the community by identifying issues facing the Brazos Valley, engaging individuals to build strategies and mobilizing resources to invest for change. United Way invests through Community Impact Grants to 26 local nonprofit organizations and Investment Initiatives including 2-1-1 Texas, Early Literacy Programs, Ride 2 Health and the Youth Leadership Cabinet. Learn more at uwbv.org.