ESPN and Dallas Mavericks Radio Broadcaster Chuck Cooperstein to emcee charity event
DALLAS, September 25, 2013 – The Dallas All Sports Association (DASA) will kick off the fall sports season, while raising money for a good cause. DASA is hosting a Fall Sports Kick-Off event at the American Airlines Center, with proceeds benefiting the DASA college scholarship fund. ESPN and Dallas Mavericks Radio Broadcaster Chuck Cooperstein will emcee the charity event.
This free event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:30 p.m. at the Old No. 7 Club located within American Airlines Center, and will include live music, drawing prizes, silent and live auctions, appetizers and a cash bar. Proceeds will benefit the DASA college scholarship fund, which provides college scholarships to local underprivileged students.
Sponsors of the event include:
- Signature Sponsors: American Airlines Center and ESPN 103.3FM
- Platinum Sponsors: Ben E. Keith Co. and George, Belcher, Evans & Wilmer
- Gold Sponsors: Insurance Marketing Services
- Bronze Sponsors: Janssen Insurance Solutions, Turner Stone & Company, Angry Dog, Bronco Manufacturing, Creative Financial Professionals, Jackson Walker, LLP, Manning & Napier
“DASA looks forward to celebrating the beginning of the fall sports season and raising money for a good cause” said Cyndi Janssen, DASA President. “The DASA Scholarship Program provides college scholarships to high school seniors who have already been accepted into college, but cannot afford to attend without financial assistance.”
Each year, DASA partners with local charities such as The Boys & Girls Club, Happy Hill Farm, North Central Texas Academy and Buckner Children’s Home to provide scholarships to underprivileged students. With the great need for financial assistance, DASA works proactively to help award scholarships to deserving students in the DFW area.
About Dallas All Sports Association (DASA): The Dallas All Sports Association (DASA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1965 by Dallas businessman, Field Scovell, whose passion for sports was only exceeded by his love of the Dallas community. The mission of DASA is to provide scholarships for underserved youth who have been accepted by a college or university, but simply lack the financial support to attend.