The Brian Robison “Reel ‘Em In” Foundation 2nd Annual Fishing Tournament Benefit

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Name: The Brian Robison “Reel ‘Em In” Foundation 2nd Annual Fishing Tournament Benefit
Date: April 1, 2017 - April 2, 2017
Event Description:
The Brian Robison “Reel ‘Em In” Foundation has selected non-profit organization, K9s4COPS, as the beneficiary of their second annual fishing tournament. Brian Robison and his wife, Jayme, will host fellow NFL athletes and pro bass anglers for a two-day event at Sam Rayburn Lake. Participants will compete in an open fishing tournament followed by a Live and Silent Auction and an indulgent VIP dinner allowing guests the opportunity to bid on a chance to join various professional athletes and anglers on a boat the next day. Tournament attendees will mix and mingle with professional athletes and anglers such as Adrian Peterson, Terence Newman, Mike Iaconelli and Keith Combs. Brian Robison, the NFL Minnesota Vikings’ defensive end and former member of The University of Texas at Austin’s 2005 national championship winning football team. The Brian Robison “Reel ‘Em In” Foundation, founded by Jayme and Brian Robison, positively impacts existing organizations in need by raising awareness and funding. K9s4COPs, a Houston based non-profit organization, provides canines, resources and support to law enforcement agencies, school districts, and college campuses across the United States.
Location:
Umphrey Family Pavilion at Sam Rayburn Lake 5438 Sam Rayburn Parkway Brookeland 75931
Date/Time Information:
Saturday, April 1, 2017 4:30am-6:00pm Sunday, April 2, 2017 7:00am-4:00pm
Contact Information:
http://www.brianrobison96.com/contact/
Fees/Admission:
Varies
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