CCRA Names The Women's Center of Tarrant County Local Charitable Cause

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CCRA Travel Commerce Network has announced that it has named Fort Worth's The Women’s Center of Tarrant County as the company’s local charitable cause. The Women’s Center provides essential services to assist women, men and children of Tarrant County in overcoming violence, crisis and poverty. Through financial contributions, gift donations and annual event sponsorship and participation, CCRA has supported this not-for-profit organization for several years and is a key sponsor of The Women’s Center’s annual Monster Mash fundraising gala that will be held at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel on Saturday, October 17, 2015.

The Monster Mash, the annual costume gala benefiting The Women’s Center, will be held on Saturday, October 17, at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel.  This year’s party will celebrate the Queen of Voodoo, Marie Laveau, and the mystique, music and cuisine for which New Orleans is famous. 

Attendees will be able to enjoy the music of The Gumbo Kings, as well as dancing with Le Freak - The Greatest Disco Band in the World. In addition to an evening of dinner and dancing, the gala also features makeup artists and a selection of exclusive auction items. Local community members and businesses may still purchase tickets and/or tables to this upcoming event, with all proceeds benefitting The Women’s Center, by either calling (817) 927-4006 or through the following website:


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