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TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation will host the 3rd Annual Smashing Childhood Cancer tennis clinic and exhibition game Saturday, January 25, 2020. The event will be held at Life Time Plano’s indoor tennis courts (7100 Preston, Plano) located on the northeast corner of Legacy and Preston. 

Smashing Childhood Cancer kicks off at 12:00 pm with registration followed by the first session of drills starting at 1:00 pm. Food, beverages, raffles, and the exhibition game will begin around 3:00 pm. The second round of drills begins at 4:00 pm.  Tennis Pros from area tennis facilities will be leading the drills: AJ Chabria - At The Net, Clint Sumrow - HEAD Penn Racquet Sports, Craig Bell - Bent Tree Country Club, Steve Nolen - Spring Park Racquet Club, Henry Gonzales - Gleneagles Country Club, Rob Van Der Schans - Canyon Creek Country Club, Andres Osorio - Lifetime Fitness, Carlos Aguirre - Stonebriar Country Club.

Formerly a childhood cancer fighter and now a survivor, Clint Sumrow, District Sales Manager for Head/Penn Racquet Sports in North Texas will serve as a committee member of Smashing Childhood Cancer. Sumrow was diagnosed with bone cancer, Ewing’s Sarcoma at the age of five. After a biopsy revealed his cancer spread to his lungs, he underwent numerous rounds of chemotherapy and radiation at Children’s Health in Dallas.  After a year of treatment, he was cancer free and has been healthy to date. Sumrow; now thirty-seven years-old, is happily married with a three-year-old son.   

“Thousands of children are diagnosed with cancer each year and anytime a child is diagnosed with cancer, the child, families, and communities suffer,” said Joy Cruse, founder of Dallas-based TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation. “Smashing Childhood Cancer will help us draw more awareness to childhood cancer, as well as raise much needed funds for research.”

Registration for Smashing Childhood Cancer is open for the January 25th tennis event. The clinic and exhibition match include two hours of tennis drills, food and beverage, raffle and prizes. To register individually or as a ten-player team, please contact Lindsay Cleland at lcleland@teamconnor.org.

In addition to this event, TeamConnor will host the 16th Annual III Forks Golf Classic on May 3 - 4, 2020. Contact Lindsay Cleland at lcleland@teamconnor.org for sponsorship opportunities for these upcoming events.

To date, TeamConnor has donated nearly $3 million for research across the country. Every year, approximately 250,000+ new cases of cancer affect children under the age of 20 worldwide. Childhood cancer is the number one disease killer of children; yet the budget of the National Cancer Institute allocates less than four percent of its funds to pediatric cancer research. TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding research and treatment programs to find a cure for all childhood cancers.   

For more information on how to join the fight against childhood cancer, please visit teamconnor.org or follow TeamConnor on InstagramTwitterLinkedIn or Facebook.

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Ashley Plitz

Ashley Piltz, a high school sophomore at Leadership Prep School in Frisco, is an example of how childhood cancer can change your life. But she’s also a great example of how a kid can make a difference for other kids fighting cancer by organizing a Coins for Kids with Cancer campaign, benefiting TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation.   

Ashley was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in 2007 at the age of three.  After enduring multiple forms of chemotherapy, weekly spinal taps, bone marrow evaluations and hair loss, her cancer went into remission in January, 2012.  This year Ashley and Leadership Prep raised a record $16,000 for the Coins for Kids with Cancer program. Since 2015, her school, Leadership Prep, has helped Piltz raise over $36,000 with the Coins for Kids with Cancer program benefiting TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation. Ashley was featured in a 2014 TeamConnor video to help raise awareness about the program.   

"As a childhood cancer survivor, I personally understand the impact TeamConnor is making for kids with cancer,” said Ashley Piltz. “I am grateful TeamConnor continues to raise funds to help other kids who are still fighting cancer today.  I love that Leadership Prep continues to fundraise for TeamConnor year after year. Making a difference now will make a direct impact to the future of other children’s lives.”  

Coins for Kids with Cancer is a national fundraising program to support research on childhood cancers. The program shows how collecting spare change can have a huge impact in the battle against childhood cancer.  

Little is known about what causes each of the various types of childhood cancers. Research has not yet unlocked the mystery of why certain children develop cancers and others do not. Every coin collected through the Coins for Kids with Cancer program impacts research for less intrusive treatments and ultimately finding cures for the many types of childhood cancers.  The average cost to be enrolled in a clinical trial is $2500 per child for care and medicine.  

TeamConnor hosts several events throughout the year to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer research, including Smashing Childhood Cancer, January 25, 2020, and the 16th Annual III Forks Golf Classic, May 3 - 4, 2020. Contact Lindsay Cleland at lcleland@teamconnor.org for sponsorship opportunities for these upcoming events.

To date, TeamConnor has donated nearly $3 million for research across the country. Every year, approximately 250,000+ new cases of cancer affect children under the age of 20 worldwide. Childhood cancer is the number one disease killer of children; yet the budget of the National Cancer Institute allocates less than four percent of its funds to pediatric cancer research. TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding research and treatment programs to find a cure for all childhood cancers.   

For more information on how to join the fight against childhood cancer, please visit teamconnor.org or follow TeamConnor on InstagramTwitterLinkedIn or Facebook.

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III Forks1.jpg Honorary Chair Steve Eagar, Fox 4; Kathryn Copple; Chris Vogeli, Proprietor, and Executive Chef III Forks; Joy Cruse, Founder of TeamConnor, Tait Cruse, Mark Davis; 660-AM.

The III Forks Golf Classic Auction & Dinner presented by Northwestern Mutual – Dallas benefiting TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation raised a record $615,000 for the fight against childhood cancer.

“We had great community support which helped us surpass last year’s total amount raised,” said Joy Cruse, founder of TeamConnor. “As people learn more about the need for critical research, they are moved to help the kids battling this dreadful disease. It will take the support of companies and the community working together to fund the cures for childhood cancers because the government just isn’t allocating enough funds towards research. We have high expectations for next year’s event.”

TeamConnor has set the dates for the 16th Annual event at III Forks Steakhouse and Gleneagles Country Club in Plano for May 3 – 4, 2020. 

Local media personality Mark Davis with 660-AM The Answer, hosted this year’s III Forks Golf Classic celebratory dinner and auction. Fox 4 reporter and evening news anchor Steve Eagar, served as honorary chair.  

Cook Children’s is moving rapidly toward the incorporation of a Cellular Therapy program at the Cook Children’s Hematology and Oncology Center. As the result of a Call to Action during the III Forks auction, TeamConnor donated more than $85,000 for a Cellular Therapy Clinical Trial for Neuroblastoma. 

More than 250 players came out to support the battle against childhood cancer at the golf tournament at the prestigious Gleneagles Country Club.  Since 2008, TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation has donated nearly $3 million to hospitals and research centers across the country including Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Dana Farber Cancer Institute; UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas; UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, University of Colorado Denver, and Children’s Health Dallas. 

Sponsors for the 2019 III Forks Golf Classic include: III Forks Steakhouse, Title Sponsor; Northwestern Mutual – Dallas, Presenting Sponsor; Park Place Lexus Plano, Automotive Sponsor; Leslie and Alex Beilin, Dinner Sponsor; PlainsCapital Bank, LeaderBoard Sponsor; Peter Millar – Legacy West; Patron Reception Sponsor; BenefitsTexas, Auction Sponsor; D1 Scouting, Valet Sponsor; Town & Country Roofing, Lunch Sponsor; Zigatta, Cart Sponsor; Marsh & McLennan Agency, Bourbon Pull Sponsor; Messick Peacock & Associate, Tent Sponsor; Sally and Jon Quesnel, Wine Pull Sponsor; Candy and Scott Lane, Awards Sponsor; The Beck Group (2), Jordan Flournoy LLP, Becky and Rick Welday, Beverage Station Sponsor; Chamblee Ryan, Driving Range Sponsor; Something Pretty Floral, Floral Sponsor; Dorfman Pacific, Hat Sponsor; Legacy Print Group, Print Sponsor; Candlelight Films, Video Sponsor; City Central, Website Sponsor; and 5 Star Expeditions, Armstrong Accountancy P.C., Charles Armstrong, CPA, Digital Range, Fluellen Cupcakes, Frost Bank, Garrison Brothers Distillery, Living Spaces, Stephanie and Loren Hsiao, Park West Gallery, Performance Medicine, Peter Millar, Legacy West (2), Pockets Menswear, Pudding on Smiles, Tommy Bahama and Maui Jim, Water Event, and Gary Wolfe, MBA, CPA, LUTCF, CLU, ChFC, CLTC, AEP, RICP Wealth Management Advisor (2), Hole Sponsors.

Every year, approximately 250,000+ new cases of cancer affect children under the age of 20 worldwide. Childhood cancer is the number one disease killer of children; yet, the budget of the National Cancer Institute allocates less than four percent of its funds to pediatric cancer research. TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding research and treatment programs to find a cure for all childhood cancers.   

TeamConnor hosts several events throughout the year to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer research, including the 9th Annual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot, November 4, 2019; Smashing Childhood Cancer, January 25, 2020; and 16th Annual III Forks Golf ClassicMay 3 - 4, 2020. Contact Lindsay Cleland at lcleland@teamconnor.org for sponsorship, team and individual player opportunities for the 16th Annual III Forks Golf Classic.  

For more information on how to join the fight against childhood cancer, please visit teamconnor.org or follow TeamConnor on InstagramTwitterLinkedIn or Facebook.

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Clay Shoot 2018

The ninth annual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot returns to the Dallas Gun Club for another year of outdoor fun benefiting TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation.  The event raised more than $100,000 for childhood cancer research and programs in 2018 implemented by TeamConnor.

 

“The Clay Shoot is one of our most popular events and we appreciate the dedication and support of such a generous group,” said Emily Allbright, executive director of TeamConnor. “When a child is diagnosed with cancer, their future hopes and dreams seem bleak. With every dollar that is raised, we can commit more funding to prominent researchers who are making great strides in critical research.” 

 

TeamConnor has donated nearly $3 million to research institutions since it was founded in 2008, following the cancer diagnosis of four-year-old Connor Cruse of Frisco who lost his battle in 2009.   

 

“We are so honored to be returning as the presenting sponsor for the 9th Annual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot,” said Tait Cruse, managing partner of Northwestern Mutual - Dallas. “This event aligns with Northwestern Mutual’s philanthropic commitment to provide funding for pediatric cancer research and resources needed to fight this disease.”

 

In addition to Northwestern Mutual Dallas, sponsors for the event include Frost Bank, WebTPA, Benefits Texas, Wright Construction Company, Town & Country Roofing, Sewell Automotive Companies, Venture X Frisco, Mullis Newby Hurst, Prestonwood Pond, LLC, Pitts Birdsong Bonds & Insurance, Christy and Chuck Harbison, Blake Brawner, and Charles Armstrong. There are several sponsorship levels available that help fund childhood cancer research. For more details on the sponsorships, contact Lindsay Cleland at lcleland@teamconnor.org.

 

TeamConnor hosts several events throughout the year to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer research, including the 9th Annual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot, November 4, 2019; Smashing Childhood Cancer, January 25, 2020, and the 16th Annual III Forks Golf ClassicMay 3 - 4, 2020. 

 

Every year, more than 12,500 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer in the United States. Childhood cancer is the number one disease killer of children; yet, the budget of the National Cancer Institute allocates less than four percent of its funds to pediatric cancer research. TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding research and treatment programs to find a cure for all childhood cancers.   

 

For more information on how to join the fight against childhood cancer, please visit teamconnor.org or follow TeamConnor on InstagramTwitterLinkedIn or Facebook.

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The ninth annual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot returns to the Dallas Gun Club for another year of outdoor fun benefiting TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation.  The event raised more than $100,000 for childhood cancer research and programs in 2018 implemented by TeamConnor.

 

“The Clay Shoot is one of our most popular events and we appreciate the dedication and support of such a generous group,” said Emily Allbright, executive director of TeamConnor. “When a child is diagnosed with cancer, their future hopes and dreams seem bleak. With every dollar that is raised, we can commit more funding to prominent researchers who are making great strides in critical research.” 

 

TeamConnor has donated nearly $3 million to research institutions since it was founded in 2008, following the cancer diagnosis of four-year-old Connor Cruse of Frisco who lost his battle in 2009.   

 

“We are so honored to be returning as the presenting sponsor for the 9th Annual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot,” said Tait Cruse, managing partner of Northwestern Mutual - Dallas. “This event aligns with Northwestern Mutual’s philanthropic commitment to provide funding for pediatric cancer research and resources needed to fight this disease.”

 

In addition to Northwestern Mutual Dallas, sponsors for the event include Frost Bank, WebTPA, Benefits Texas, Wright Construction Company, Town & Country Roofing, Sewell Automotive Companies, Venture X Frisco, Mullis Newby Hurst, Prestonwood Pond, LLC, Pitts Birdsong Bonds & Insurance, Christy and Chuck Harbison, Blake Brawner, and Charles Armstrong. There are several sponsorship levels available that help fund childhood cancer research. For more details on the sponsorships, contact Lindsay Cleland at lcleland@teamconnor.org.

 

TeamConnor hosts several events throughout the year to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer research, including the 9th Annual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot, November 4, 2019; Smashing Childhood Cancer, January 25, 2020, and the 16th Annual III Forks Golf ClassicMay 3 - 4, 2020. 

 

Every year, more than 12,500 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer in the United States. Childhood cancer is the number one disease killer of children; yet, the budget of the National Cancer Institute allocates less than four percent of its funds to pediatric cancer research. TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding research and treatment programs to find a cure for all childhood cancers.   

 

For more information on how to join the fight against childhood cancer, please visit teamconnor.org or follow TeamConnor on InstagramTwitterLinkedIn or Facebook.

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CapeCreationChallengePP

Park Place Dealerships has partnered with Children’s Health for Cape Day to honor the real superheroes who fight courageously against illness and injury every day. 

As one of eight companies competing in a friendly battle for the best design, Park Place has created a cape that allows young patients to make a powerful and personal statement by finishing the heroic statement, “I am…” with their own words. 

The top two companies with the most votes in the preliminary round will participate in the Children’s Health Cape Day Challenge phone bank on Wednesday, October 30th. The winning cape design will be printed on this year’s capes. 

Voting is open until midnight Friday, October 25th to vote for the Park Place Dealerships cape design. Vote for the design at wfaa.com/capes and help raise awareness for all those fighting for a better tomorrow.

“Park Place is proud to support Children’s Health and the youngest members of our community,” said Dave Evans, Chief Marketing Officer of Park Place Dealerships. “This is a fun and creative opportunity and we are looking forward to seeing the kids proudly wear the winning design on their capes next month.”

Kids at Children’s Health will wear their capes on Cape Day, Thursday, Nov. 7, to raise awareness for all the patients fighting for a better tomorrow. 

Park Place Dealerships employs more than 2,100 people and operates 17 full-service dealerships representing luxury brands including Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Volvo, Jaguar, Land Rover, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, McLaren, Maserati, and Karma. For more info, visit parkplace.com.

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Parking has never been easier when the 3rd Annual Park Place Luxury & Supercar Showcase, Dallas Fort Worth’s premier luxury lifestyle and automotive event, returns to the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, September 28, 2019. The luxury lifestyle event benefits the Baylor Scott & White Irving Foundation.

General parking is $15 at North Lake College with RideCentric providing shuttle service from the college to the Luxury & Supercar Showcase entrance. Valet Parking is $30 and available at the event entrance - 4400 N. MacArthur Blvd. in Irving.

In keeping with a true lifestyle event, the Luxury & Supercar Showcase will feature fashion, food, and retail offerings within the Porsche Pavilion. There will be music performances on the Lexus Live Stage and beverages, cornhole, and a photo booth at the Mercedes-Benz Beer Garden. More than $100 million worth of cars will be seen throughout the event on the lush Four Seasons TPC Championship golf course.

Online tickets range from $25 – $50 for show field and general admission, and $100 for VIP All Access Pass, which includes food and beverage tastings from more than 20 of the areas top restaurants. VIP tickets have sold out the previous two years. General admission and show field tickets will be available at the gate the day of the show. Kids two and under are free. For more information, visit luxurysupercarshowcase.com.

The Park Place Luxury & Supercar Showcase app provides up-to-date information about what to wear, when to arrive, where to park, live music schedules, meet and greets, maps of the event and more. The Park Place Luxury & Supercar Showcase app is free and available for download from the App Store.

About Park Place Dealerships

Ken Schnitzer founded Park Place Dealerships in 1987 with a single Mercedes-Benz dealership on Oak Lawn. Today, Park Place Dealerships employs more than 2,100 people and operates 17 full-service dealerships representing luxury brands including Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Volvo, Jaguar, Land Rover, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Karma, McLaren, and Maserati. For more info, visit parkplace.com.

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Emily Allbright, Executive Director, TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation

TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation has named Emily Allbright as executive director. Allbright has nearly 20 years of experience working with charitable organizations. As the executive director, Allbright will be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with donors and sponsors, managing event logistics, and developing grant proposals for TeamConnor.

 

“Emily comes to TeamConnor with a strong background in the non-profit sector,” said Joy Cruse, co-founder and board president of TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation. “Even though cancer is the leading cause of death by disease among children, childhood cancer receives less than four percent of government funding for research. Therefore, it’s critical for non-profits like TeamConnor to fill the gap by funding more research so better treatment plans can be developed and we can find a cure for this dreadful disease. Emily will be integral in partnering with private donors as well as corporations who want to be make the difference in saving kids.” 

 

TeamConnor was founded in 2008 while Connor Cruse was in the midst of his four-year battle with neuroblastoma cancer. Connor lost his battle in 2009, but TeamConnor remains committed to fight for all children. Since its founding, TeamConnor has donated more than $2.6 million to hospitals across the country who are committed to childhood cancer research. 

 

“TeamConnor has a great reputation for being a strong voice in the childhood cancer domain,” said Allbright. “I want to build on that tradition as well as pursue donors and organizations that are not currently involved in the cause. No one wants to see a child go through barbaric treatments or endure years of suffering because of a lack of funding research.”

 

TeamConnor hosts several events throughout the year to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer research, including the 9th Annual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot, November 4, 2019 and the 16th Annual III Forks Golf Classic, May 3 - 4, 2020.  In addition, TeamConnor’s national program Coins for Kids with Cancer® raises funds in schools, churches, offices and organizations across the country to help fund childhood cancer research. More information on this program can be found at www.coinsforkidswithcancer.org.

 

Every year, more than 12,500 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer in the United States. TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding research and treatment programs to find a cure for all childhood cancers.  

 

For more information on how to impact the lives of those affected by childhood cancer please visit teamconnor.orgor find us at Facebook.com/TeamConnor.

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TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation and Hawaiian Falls are teaming up Wednesday, July 17th for the eighth consecutive year to raise awareness and help fund research to find a cure for childhood cancers.  

Hawaiian Falls’ Splash Out Childhood Cancer tickets are only $22 plus tax (regular price is $28.99 plus tax) with proceeds benefiting TeamConnor. Children two years old and under are free. Tickets must be purchased at SplashOutCancer.org to receive the discount and are available for immediate download. The discount code is TEAMCONNOR19. 

Hawaiian Falls - The Colony has designated Wednesday, July 17, 2019, from 10:30 am – 6 pm as the day to officially Splash Out Childhood Cancer. Several honored families will be at Hawaiian Falls representing kids who are currently fighting childhood cancer, survivors, and even families who lost their child to childhood cancer.

“Connor always loved going to Hawaiian Falls, before and after he got sick,” said Joy Cruse, founder of TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation and Connor’s mom. “Partnering with Hawaiian Falls for the eighth consecutive year makes a huge difference in funding more research for childhood cancer. When people purchase tickets for their family and friends through TeamConnor.org, they’re supporting research that could lead to better treatments for kids battling this horrible disease. Childhood cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children under the age of 19 in the United States. We need better treatments and to keep looking for cures.”  

TeamConnor was founded in 2008 while Connor Cruse of Frisco was in the midst of his four-year battle with neuroblastoma cancer.  Connor lost his battle on July 10, 2009, but TeamConnor remains committed to fight for children who are battling cancer. 

In addition to Splash Out Childhood Cancer, TeamConnor hosts several events throughout the year to raise funds for childhood cancer research, including the 8th Annual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot, November 4th. In addition, TeamConnor’s Coins for Kids with Cancer program raises funds in schools, churches, offices, and organizations across the country to help fund childhood cancer research. Details on those events can be found at teamconnor.org.

Worldwide, a child is diagnosed with cancer every three minutes. In the United States, less than 4% of the National Cancer Institute’s annual budget supports childhood cancer research. Yet, cancer kills more children every year than AIDS, asthma, diabetes, cystic fibrosis and congenital anomalies combined.  The TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation’s mission is to raise funds for national childhood cancer research projects, to build awareness of the limited government funding for childhood cancer research, and to support patient programs.

 

For more information on how to impact the lives of those affected by childhood cancer please visit teamconnor.org or find us at Facebook.com/TeamConnor.

  

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ParkPlaceLexus.jpg Kathryn Copple, Executive Director TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation; Chris Brunner, General Manager of Park Place Lexus Plano

Park Place Lexus Plano is the official automotive sponsor of the 15th Annual III Forks Golf Classic presented by Northwestern Mutual – Dallas and benefitting the TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation on May 5-6 at III Forks Steakhouse and Gleneagles  Country Club. 

 

Babe Laufenberg, NFL quarterback and one of the most popular sports personalities in North Texas, will serve along with Fox 4 evening news anchor Steve Eagar, as Honorary Co-Chairs for the III Forks Golf Classic.  

 

“The III Forks Golf Classic is a terrific event that Park Place Lexus Plano has been a part of for several years now,” said Chris Brunner, General Manager of Park Place Lexus Plano. “Through this event, we are able to help fund more research for childhood cancer which is extremely underfunded. Through our efforts, we hope future kids will be spared from this dreadful disease.”

 

TeamConnor hosts several events throughout the year to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer research, including the 15th Annual III Forks Golf Classic, May 5 - 6, 2019; Splash Out Childhood Cancer, Summer 2019; and the 9thAnnual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot, November 4, 2019. For more information on how to join the fight against childhood cancer, please visit teamconnor.org or Facebook.com/TeamConnor.  

 

Park Place Dealerships was founded in 1987 with one dealership in Dallas and today employs more than 2,000 people operating 16 full-service dealerships in Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston. Park Place Lexus Plano is located on the Dallas North Tollway at Spring Creek Parkway. For more info, visit parkplace.com.