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8/8/2017 General
HOOTERS OF BOCA RATION CORN HOLE TOURNAMENT TO BENEFIT THE BOCA RATON FIRE EXPLORERS


(Boca Raton, FL – July 19, 2017)— Hooters of Boca Raton is partnering with the Boca Raton Firefighters and Paramedics Benevolent for a Corn Hole Tournament on Friday, August 18th from 6 PM to 9 PM. Hooters of Boca Raton is located at 2240 NW 19th Street #1101A, Boca Raton, FL 33433. Being an active participant in the community is important to Hooters of South Florida. That is why they teamed up with the Boca Raton Firefighters and Paramedics Benevolent for this fun filled community event. Prizes include 1st place $150, 2nd place $100 and 3rd place $70. The entry fee is $60 per team and includes three games, a light buffet, 2 beverages and one raffle ticket. Raffle tickets can also be purchased for $5 per ticket for a chance to win a $400 Kayak, $200 Portable Pro Volleyball set, $100 Hooters gift basket. The deadline to register is August 12th or until the first 24 teams register and make payment. Registration can be done online at Cornhole.BocaCares.org or call 561-391-8903.

Boca Raton Fire Recue Explorer Post 315 is a program for youth that are ages 14-21 who are interested in the Fire Service. The goal of the program is to transform youth from a group of kids to an organization of young adults with discipline, dedication, and passion for the fire service. We produce the most highly qualified and well-prepared candidates that the fire service could ever ask for. These young men and women will accomplish all of this while still in high school, by attending weekly meetings where we train and drill in firefighting operations and emergency medical services. The Explorers also volunteer in the community and participate in a ride-along program, in which they respond to emergency calls with our firefighter/paramedics. The title "Explorer" is earned, not given, and it is synonymous with hard work and professionalism. Anyone who has the privilege of earning that title will hold on to life lessons and apply them to anything that they choose to pursue, whether in the fire service, college, or other career opportunity.

LTP Management, a Franchisee of Hooters of America, owns and operates 16 locations in South Florida. For more information about South Florida Hooters and their charitable outreach please visit www.HootersFlorida.com or follow us at Twitter @HootersFlorida, Instagram @SouthFLHooters and Facebook www.Facebook.com/SouthFloridaHooters.
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