Bear Bryant Invitation
December 2, 2015 | By Shelly |
2016 Paul Bear Bryant Awards American Heart Association Bryant Awards
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This is a digital invitation for the Taste of Soul event that is scheduled to take place on Thursday, June 23 at the American Heart Association Houston office.
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The 2015 Houston Heart Ball sponsored by The Friedkin Group and Lexus was held on February 14, 2015. A celebration of love and philanthropy the "Love Is In the Air" themed event broke fundraising records with a record $2 million dollars raised making it the most successful Heart Ball in its 30 year history.
HOUSTON HEART WALK BY THE NUMBERS. Publicity before and after the walk led to a grand total of 75,487,537 impressions. 2014 broke records with an estimated 40,000 participants in attendance and raised $3.1 million dollars for the AHA.
Presented By Marathon Oil Corporation Honoring Lifetime Achievement Recipient JIMMY JOHNSON PAUL “BEAR” BRYANT AWARDS 2015 AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION January 14, 2015 Auction & Reception begin at 6p.m. Business or Cocktail attire Hilton Americas Houston 1600 Lamar St. Houston, TX 77010
The American Heart Association’s Paul “Bear” Bryant Awards presented by Marathon Oil Corporation has raised over $5 million in the past 28 years to fund research, advocacy and educational programs across the country that are necessary for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease and stroke. “Bear” died of a heart attack in 1983. He always talked about being bigger than something other than himself. The Bryant Awards offer an opportunity to do just that - to be a part of team Bryant in the fight against heart disease and stroke. For more information on the Bryant Awards, or to purchase tickets or a table for the event, visit www.bryantawards.com or call 713-610-5000.