9.4.18 Sprinkles, Vegetables, and Clayton Landua


August was an impactful month, proof is in the stats:

  • 1295 visitors
  • 23 different countries

And that’s just on the blog!

Facebook stats:

  • 2374 post engagements
  • 1402 video views
  • 4616 people reached

We also share our passion on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Each of you that has read these posts, or shared the information have contributed to the fight against ALS. Connect with us through any platform you can! Together we can make a difference.

September is here and we have additional opportunities for y’all to get involved:

cowtown invite

Join us for a cowboy chic event showcasing Cowtown’s commitment to creating a world without ALS. Featuring local music, food, and cocktails, guests will have the opportunity to bid on silent and live auction items that are uniquely Fort Worth.

The Cowtown Affair will be held at the Mopac Event Center, one of the newest hidden gems in Fort Worth, built with a combination of rustic and industrial elements to create a unique atmosphere. Proceeds benefit The ALS Association of Texas’ mission to discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest.


This is going to be a fun event – live music, silent auction, food and cocktails. I’m so, so excited to share that our live music for the evening is the one and only Clayton Landua. You can download his latest album here.

This event will sell out, so act fast! Want to put your name on the event in the form of a sponsorship or silent auction item? Let me know! This is a great opportunity to support the fight against ALS in Fort Worth on a major stage. We would love to partner with you!

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