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Sponsors

Contact mjones@mtt-wingsoftexas.org for Sponsorship Information

Our group is successful because of sponsors & donors like the companies listed below. Without their help, we would not be able to be successful at what we do. These companies are current sponsors of the myTEAM TRIUMPH: Wings of Texas Chapter. If you or your company is interested in sponsorship opportunities please email our Chapter President, Michelle Jones,at mjones@mtt-wingsoftexas.org. Also make a note to find out more about our sponsors and thanking them for the work they do by clicking on their logos to visit their websites:

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Driscoll Health Plan is a non-profit, community-based health insurance plan offering health care coverage to the communities of South Texas. Our insurance products include STAR MedicaidSTAR KidsCHIP and CHIP Perinatal. They are affiliated with Driscoll Children’s Hospital which has been taking care of kids and their families in South Texas and the Rio Grande Valley for more than 60 years. We offer health care services at Driscoll Children’s specialty centers and clinics in McAllen, Harlingen, Brownsville, Laredo, Rio Grande City, Eagle Pass, Edinburg, Victoria and Weslaco.

Driscoll Health Plan has been the title sponsor of the annual myTEAM TRIUMPH: Wings of Texas Fundraising 5k for three years and has been a regular supporter of the organization in other capacities.

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The Valero Texas Open, first played in 1922, is the 3rd oldest PGA TOUR tournament. It’s only younger than the Western Open (1899) and Canadian Open (1904). If you include the U.S. Open (1895) managed by the USGA, and the PGA Championship (1916) managed by the PGA of America, then the Valero Texas Open is the fifth oldest professional tournament in North America. The Valero Texas Open is the oldest Professional Golf Tour tournament to have been held in the same city its entire existence. Every tournament (89) has been played in San Antonio, Texas.

Net proceeds from the Benefit for Children are distributed to children's charities in communities where Valero has major operations. The result is a network of strong, well-supported agencies with the means to help thousands of disadvantaged children. The Valero Benefit for Children, thanks to the generosity of our many business partners and sponsors, is proud to support hundreds of agencies that make a lasting difference in children’s lives.

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The Corpus Christi Hooks, Double-A Affiliate of the Houston Astros, take great pride in promoting America's national pastime through exemplary customer service in a family-friendly environment. Our team goal is to positively impact our community by supporting numerous charity organizations and events in Corpus Christi and surrounding areas.

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CITGO Petroleum  is a U.S.-based petroleum company with a rich heritage of more than 100 years.

 

Citgo understands that we operate as a privilege in the communities where we serve, not as a right. We promote and participate in a wide variety of social development programs to improve the quality of life of people, especially those who feel the severe backlash of poverty. We also promote the spirit of volunteerism and encourage employees to take active roles in our communities.

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AEP Texas is connected to and serves more than one million electric consumers in the deregulated Texas marketplace. It's headquartered in Corpus Christi, with regulatory and external affairs offices in Austin. Major cities served include Corpus Christi, Abilene, McAllen, Harlingen, San Angelo, Vernon, Victoria and Laredo. As an energy delivery (wires) company, AEP Texas delivers electricity safely and reliably to homes, businesses and industry across its nearly 100,000 square mile service territory in south and west Texas. AEP Texas also maintains and repairs its lines, reads electric meters, and handles connections and disconnections as directed by the Retail Electric Providers (REPs) selling electricity in the area.

myTEAM TRIUMPH and its chapters are 501(c)3 non-profit, tax exempt organizations qualified to receive tax deductible contributions by the Internal Revenue Service.