Feb. 09, 2018 by TREC Staff

FightNight Raffle Tickets Now On Sale

FightNight raffle tickets are now on sale. For $25 per ticket, you have a chance to win some fantastic prizes (you’ll learn about those come April 26). But that’s not all – purchasing a raffle ticket also supports our community. This year’s raffle proceeds benefit the Associate Leadership Council’s (ALC) Class Project to renovate the nonprofit For Oak Cliff’s facilities.

Founded in 2016 and located at 4478 S. Marsalis Avenue, For Oak Cliff connects Dallas residents with high-demand resources and creates opportunities for deeper ongoing community organizing and development. The scope of the ALC project work includes a new computer lab, library, conference rooms, and creative lab, among other resources.

In determining which service project would be selected, our ALC class focused on choosing an organization with a widespread impact on improving education, housing, and job creation within the community. The class chose For Oak Cliff because its members believe the organization and founder Taylor Toynes embody The Real Estate Council’s core values and serve the needs of Oak Cliff residents of all ages.

You may purchase raffle tickets here or make a donation toward TREC Foundation’s projects, but be warned: raffle ticket sales has become a fierce competition among ALC class members in recent years. The top-selling class member will be announced at FightNight and will help draw winning tickets between fights. And while we’d love to see you dressed to the nines at FightNight, raffle ticket winners don’t have to attend the event to claim their prize(s).

Since its inception in 1989, FightNight has become the North Texas commercial real estate industry’s hottest philanthropic event, raising more than $30 million toward TREC Foundation projects. Chaired this year by CBRE’s Chris Hipps, the event features professional boxing, exceptional cuisine, casino gambling, Vegas-style entertainment and the opportunity to be among the top decision makers in the real estate industry and political community.

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