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Gardere Proudly Supports the BCA 2014 Obelisk Awards

11.13.14

noon-1:30 p.m. CST

Gardere is proud to return as a sponsor of the Business Council for the Arts' 26th Annual Obelisk Awards Luncheon on Nov. 13 at The Fairmont Dallas. This annual awards luncheon publically recognizes the region's corporate community for their arts partnership, leadership, education and new initiatives that enrich the culture of North Texas.

Gardere Partner Larry E. Glasgow serves as Chairman of BCA's Board of Directors and will open this year's awards luncheon.

Founded more than a quarter of a century ago by international business and philanthropic icon, Ray Nasher, Business Council for the Arts is a nonprofit organization that fosters strategic corporate investment in the arts and culture of Dallas. BCA, modeled on the organization founded by John Rockefeller, offers programs and services to companies to improve employee retention, inspire creativity in the workforce and engage the cultural sector for economic vitality and individual business development.

 

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