Community Trust Bank, Tarrant County division, announced today that it will serve as the Presenting Sponsor of the National Football League’s (NFL) Taste of the NFL Founders Breakfast, to be held on Friday, February 4 at the Fort Worth Club. The first-ever Founders Breakfast will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Taste of the NFL and raise money to support the vital efforts of food banks in North Texas and across the country.
“Community Trust Bank is proud to partner with the NFL in the fight against hunger,” said Grant James, President of Community Trust’s Tarrant County operation. “Our company is committed to making a positive difference in our community, and with a significant percentage of the funds raised going to food banks right here in North Texas, we will be making a meaningful impact in helping the less fortunate here at home.”
The Taste of the NFL is in its 20th year of raising money to fight hunger. The Taste of the NFL supports food banks in NFL cities across the nation, benefitting the 37 million Americans who depend on these services. The Founder’s Breakfast will feature many of the former players and celebrity chefs who were instrumental in establishing the Taste of the NFL in 1992.
The Taste of the NFL Founders Breakfast will feature a mixture of NFL greats and celebrity chefs from around the country serving as table hosts. Former NFL players Bobby Mitchell (Washington Redskins), Tommy Nobis (Atlanta Falcons), Jan Stenerud (Kansas City Chiefs), Bob Lurtsema (Minnesota Vikings), Jerry Sisemore (Philadelphia Eagles) and Dick Anderson (Miami Dolphins) will be in attendance. Celebrity chefs include: Susan Goss, Nancy Silverton, Robert Del Grande, Jack McDavid, Allen Susser and Mark Haugen.
Fort Worth Mayor Mike Moncrief and his wife, Rosie, will be the hosts for the program and Scott Murray, the well-known former sportscaster, will serve as Master of Ceremonies.
“Rosie and I commend Community Trust Bank for making the meaningful commitment to be the presenting sponsor of the Founder’s Breakfast,” said Mayor Moncrief. “Their generosity will go a long way in combating a serious problem that affects far too many of our neighbors right here in Fort Worth and across the country.”
ABOUT COMMUNITY TRUST BANK
Opening in 1912, Community Trust Bank has been committed to serving and helping communities grow and prosper. Community Trust Bank has held a vision to become the community bank that meets every customer's financial need, a place every employee wants to retire from, a partner communities depend on, and an investment that makes shareholders proud. The first Fort Worth branch opened at 3000 West Seventh Street and University October 2009. For more information, or to find your local branch, visit Community Trust Bank online at http://www.ctbonline.com.