CHUKKERS FOR CHARITY PARTNERS WITH CRESCENT REAL ESTATE AS PATRON SPONSOR IN THE 25TH ANNUAL POLO MATCH ON SEPT. 11
Lo Key Ranch secured as Team Sponsor
FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Chukkers for Charity announced their partnership with Crescent Real Estate as Patron Sponsor of the 25th annual polo match held Saturday, Sept. 11 in Franklin, Tenn. benefiting Rochelle Center and Saddle Up! In addition, Lo Key Ranch has stepped up as the second Team Sponsor.
“This year’s polo match is shaping up to be one of the best years yet thanks to the amazing support of our community and the hard work of the Chukkers for Charity team,” said Debbie Chadwick, president of Rochelle Center. “It’s rewarding to see so many community-minded companies like Crescent Real Estate and Lo Key Ranch step up to support the work of our programs at Rochelle Center and Saddle Up!”
Executive Director of Saddle Up! Audrey Kidd added, “I knew from the very beginning of my work with Saddle Up! that Chukkers for Charity was a special event. We are thrilled with the terrific effort put forth to partner with companies like Crescent Real Estate and Lo Key Ranch to raise money needed to better serve children and youth with disabilities through adaptive equine therapy.”
In addition, other sponsors include Lipman Bros ~ R.S. Lipman Company, Ironhorse Farms (Team Sponsor), Barrett Meadows Farm (Tailgating Sponsor), Andrews Transportation Group (Horsepower Sponsor), LBMC (Volunteer Sponsor), The Sieveking Family (Most Valuable Player Sponsor), Williamson Medical Center (Stick Horse Race Sponsor), Tennessee Equine Hospital (Best Playing Pony Sponsor), Jackie and Barry Alexander (Half Time Sponsor), Associated Terminals / Turn Services, Brentwood Capital Advisors, D’Andrews Bakery & Café, Ingram Entertainment Inc., Lithographics, Nashville Geek, Ortale Kelley, Outdoor Classic Structures, Publix Super Markets Charities and Waller.
Tickets are available online. Please visit www.chukkersforcharity.net for more information. #
ABOUT ROCHELLE CENTER
In 1968, long time area educator W.R. Rochelle, began the foundation for the agency to offer supports for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. These supports would enhance skills necessary for these individuals to become as independent as possible in our community. Today’s Rochelle Center continues that mission with community integration, employment, in addition to residential services. For more information, call 601.254.0673 or visit www.rochellecenter.org.
ABOUT SADDLE UP!
At Saddle Up!, our programs make a profound, lifelong impact on the physical, cognitive, social, emotional and mental abilities of our participants. For 30 years, Saddle Up! has used the power of the horse to transform the lives of children and youth with over 50 different documented disabilities. At our 34-acre farm in Franklin, Tenn., riders ages 2–25 are transformed by participating in our six year-round programs. To learn more, visit www.saddleupnashville.org.