WEATHERFORD, Texas (Jan. 19, 2015) – Power Service Products will serve as title sponsor for the 2nd Annual Cowtown Warriors Ball benefiting the Metroplex Military Charitable Trust. The event will be held at the Fort Worth Club on Feb. 21, 2015.
The Cowtown Warriors Ball (www.cowtownwarriorsball.com) is an annual fundraising event hosted by the Metroplex Marines Coordinating Council (MMCC) to support local wounded veterans. The ball raises funds to cover costs, such as wheelchairs, beds and special needs not taken care of by the Department of Defense. Fifty-thousand dollars was donated from the event in 2014.
As title sponsor, Power Service Products will underwrite program expenses, so that all donations to the event will be forwarded directly to wounded veterans in the Metroplex.
“As a Marine veteran, I know the sacrifices that military men and women and their families make each and every day. We at Power Service have been longtime supporters of our military and are proud to support the MMCC in their outstanding efforts to help veteran Marines right here in North Texas,” said Ed Kramer, president and owner of Power Service Products.
“With Power Service Products as the title sponsor of our Cowtown Warriors Ball, the costs of the event will be covered, and 100 percent of the money raised will go directly to the needs, wants and desires of wounded veterans living here in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. We are honored to count on Power Service for this outstanding support,” said Jeremy Spann, chairman of the Cowtown Warriors Ball.
The Honorable Gordon England, 72nd and 73rd U.S. Secretary of the Navy, serves as honorary chair and will provide opening remarks. Lieutenant General Charles H. Pitman, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret) and former Deputy Chief of Staff for Aviation, Headquarters Marine Corps, Washington, D.C., will present as the guest speaker.
About Metroplex Marines Coordinating Council
The Cowtown Warriors Ball is hosted by the Metroplex Marines Coordinating Council (MMCC) operating under the 501(c)3 Metroplex Military Charitable Trust. The local organization is made up of Marines who served in World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq/Afghanistan and everything in between. The mission of the MMCC is to support local military personnel, regular, reserve and retired, and to support military support charities and volunteer organizations. www.metroplexmarines.org
About Power Service Products
Since 1956, Power Service Products’ third-generation veteran- and family-owned company has been manufacturing the most technologically advanced diesel fuel additives through an ongoing commitment to quality, integrity and product advancement. Located on a 42-acre corporate campus in Weatherford, Power Service Products’ complete line of industry-leading diesel fuel additives provides year-round engine performance improvement, trouble-free winter operability and proper fuel tank hygiene. www.powerservice.com
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