Millennium Health, UPS and Big Brothers Big Sisters, Join Forces to Build and Deliver Bicycles to Children in Need

Jul 16, 2015, 09:51 ET from Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star

FORT WORTH, Texas, July 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --



WHAT:

In a team building relay competition, 300 Millennium Health employees will build bicycles to donate to children participating in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star program.



WHO:

Big Brothers and Big Sisters Lone Star executives, UPS staff, Bigs and their Littles, and 300 Millennium Health employees



WHEN:

Monday, July 27, 2015


5 p.m. – Millennium Health and Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star address participants before the bike build and relay


5:10 p.m. – Interviews with Millennium Health executives, sales representatives; and Big Brothers Big Sisters leaders, Bigs and Littles.


5:15 p.m. – B-Roll Footage of bike building relay competition



WHERE:

Omni Fort Worth Hotel


Fort Worth Ballroom


1300 Houston Street


Fort Worth, Texas, 76102



WHY:

Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star provides one-to-one mentoring for children facing adversity that changes their lives for the better. Millennium Health and UPS are proud to support this important program by providing children in the community with an opportunity to be healthy, stay active and have fun.



VISUALS:

-Interview with Brock Hardaway, CEO, Millennium Health


-Interview with Keith Rhodes, Executive Vice President for Development, Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star


-Interview with a Big and Little


-B-roll footage of Millennium Health employees building bicycles and riding in a relay course


-B-roll footage of a bicycle being presented to a Little

Contacts:
Nicole Quiroz, Millennium Health
M: 619-370-6418
nicole.quiroz@millenniumhealth.com

Sarah J. Haney, Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star
T: 469-248-4386
shaney@bbbstx.org

 

SOURCE Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star