Skeet event raises $60,000 for North Texas Veterans Initiative
The 17-team event at Elm Fork Shooting Sports in Dallas yesterday, called the Interstate S.H.O.W., featured a full afternoon and evening’s worth of competitive events, food and ceremonies, all designed to benefit local military veterans. SHOW stands for “Shoot Honoring our Warriors,” and Interstate plans to make it an annual event.
“At Interstate, we’re in the business of helping people put their lives back together after natural and manmade disasters, so it makes sense that we would want to help veterans to re-establish their lives as well,” said Harley Jeanise, Interstate’s regional director for Texas.
The North Texas Veterans Initiative focuses on providing aid to former military members whose circumstances have caused them to become homeless.
“Our work depends upon the support of organizations like Interstate Restoration and all the sponsors of this event who have contributed so much,” said Brian Taylor of NTVI. “We are very grateful for their involvement.”
Sponsors of the Interstate S.H.O.W. included the following:
Gold Level Sponsors
Silver Level Sponsors
Aramsco & Interlink Supply
Enterprise Fleet Management
One Source / Cat Staff
Bronze Level Sponsors
Event organizers handed out trophies and awards to the following team winners:
First place – A Mighty Fine Car Wash
Second place – Sedgwick
Third place – United Building Services
The following individual winners also won awards:
Grand prize winner – Jarrad Ramsey won the Interstate Restoration-sponsored helicopter hunt
Raffle winner – Chris Wiggins won the SIG M17 Mil Handgun
Raffle winner – Brett Conrad won the 12-gauge Keltec Bullpup shotgun
Raffle winner – Michelle Johnson won the Beretta A400 Shotgun
About Interstate Restoration
Founded in 1998, Interstate Restoration LLC is an emergency restoration and general contractor specializing in repairing commercial property throughout North America. Fort Worth-based Interstate is a difference-maker in the industry, helping businesses to recover quickly from fire, flood, and other natural and manmade disasters.
About North Texas Veterans Initiative