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November 18, 2019
CORY MORROW TO HEADLINE CONCERT BENEFITING DALLAS-BASED NATIONAL ORGANIZATION–
OUTDOORS TOMORROW FOUNDATION
Fundraiser to be Held February 27 at Gilley’s Dallas;
Includes Auction, Dinner, and Dancing
DALLAS — November 18, 2019 — Singer-songwriter Cory Morrow will headline Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation’s 2020 benefit concert, on Thursday, February 27, at Gilley’s in Dallas. The Austin-native and Texas country legend, known for songs such as “Texas on My Mind” and “Beat of Your Heart,” has sold more than 200,000 albums as an independent artist.
“I’m honored to be a part of this amazing event,” Morrow said. “I believe in the mission of Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation and in their work to teach outdoor conservation and instill a love of the outdoors in the next generation. Ultimately, OTF is about getting kids outside.”
In addition to the concert, the evening will include a barbecue dinner, live and silent auctions, a raffle, and dancing. Auction items will include diverse hunting and fishing trips, outdoor gear, unique jewelry and artwork. Louis Murad of Murad Auctions will emcee the event and auction.
“This year’s benefit is going to be a wonderful opportunity to celebrate OTF’s tremendous growth and life-changing impact on over 50,000 kids every single year,” said Ricky Fairchild, Chairman of the Board of OTF. “By having Cory Morrow headline our benefit, we hope to engage new and existing supporters to raise funds that will allow us to continue our 30% annual growth, with the goal of reaching over 100,000 kids every year by 2022.”
The event is a major fundraiser for the non-profit OTF, which currently partners with 530+ schools in 35 U.S. states to offer its Outdoor Adventures curriculum as a physical education elective. Students who participate in the course are introduced to activities such as angler education, archery, hunter education, boater education, orienteering, survival skills, camping, shooting sports, CPR/first aid, outdoor cooking, challenge course, backpacking, mountain bike camping, paddle sports, rock climbing, and fauna, flora and wilderness medicine.
Sponsorships and Individual tickets can be purchased online at https://gootf.cbo.io. Individual tickets start at $150 and various levels of sponsorships are also available ranging from $5,000 to $50,000, all going to the very worthwhile cause of helping middle school and high school children experience the outdoors and learn valuable, life-long skills. For more information or to inquire about sponsorships, contact the OTF office at (972) 504-9008 or info@GoOTF.com.
February 27th, 2020
Gilley’s in Dallas
1135 S. Lamar St.
Doors open @ 5:30 PM
Buy Tickets: gootf.cbo.io
For interviews, contact: Lucas Fairchild, Lucas@130a.com, 214-577-9852
For press materials, visit www.130a.com
Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation
Since 1981, the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation (OTF) has made its mission to teach outdoor education and promote wildlife conservation through the Outdoor Adventures program, currently in 530+ schools across the country. The curriculum, impacting more than 300,000 students since it began, is accessed by 50,000 students annually in 35 states, including archery, shooting, fishing, camping, first aid, boater safety, hunter education, outdoor cooking and more. The OTF also provides grants for equipment, free workshops and teacher training, and is accredited by state parks and wildlife commissions from each state. More info about Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation, and how to bring the Outdoor Adventure curriculum to a school near you, go to gootf.com.