Citizens Bank and Triangle Realty Donate Trailer for JDRF

Top Quote Citizens Bank and Triangle Realty of Amarillo have purchased a custom-built horse trailer that they will raffle at the "Rope for a Cure" event, to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. End Quote
  • Amarillo, TX (1888PressRelease) July 10, 2012 - Citizens Bank and Triangle Realty of Amarillo have joined together to offer a trailer up for raffle, with proceeds going to the local chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

    The raffle will coincide with the fourth annual Rope for a Cure, a roping competition scheduled for the weekend of August 11th and 12th at the Range Riders Indoor Arena, at 8829 FM 1541, the corner of south Washington and Hollywood Road. The Saturday events include dinner, dance and an auction, as well as introduction of open ropers. The drawing for the winner of the trailer raffle will be at 7pm. The trailer is a custom-built, 16-foot Hughes trailer valued at $11,000. Also up for raffle is an outdoor kitchen valued at $5,500.

    Tickets for the trailer raffle are $100, and are available at Citizens Bank's new facility at I-27 and Georgia, or at Triangle Realty, 7669 Canyon Drive. Until the day of the drawing, the trailer will be on display in the Citizens Bank parking lot.

    Triangle Realty is a full-service real estate brokerage, owned by JT and Jamie Haynes. Citizens Bank is a family-owned community bank with locations in Amarillo, Claude, Tulia and Tucumcari. President/CEO is Jeff A. Nunn. Rope for a Cure is presented by the Range Riders Foundation.

    The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is committed to moving research from the laboratory to the patient's bedside, translating scientific advances into longer, healthier lives for those with diabetes. The ultimate goal is a cure for diabetes and its complications.

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