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BOCA RATON, Fla. (June 14, 2019) — Creating the opportunity to give back to the Palm Beach County community in which the annual collegiate bowl game is played, the Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl drafted more than 40 Bowl Partner executives and employees to help build a safe, decent and affordable home for a local, hard-working, low-income Habitat Partner Family.
Collectively working to transform their community with an inspiring “hand up, not a hand out”, the Bowl Partner Builders hailed from Tire Kingdom, Crocker Partners and GL Homes. They, along with 2017 Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl Champion FAU Running Back Gerald Hearns raised hammers and wielded power tools in carpentry-related work. Together they installed window boxes and windows and did a range of interior finishing work on the future home for Illumine, a housekeeper at Abbey Delray South senior living community, and her daughter Jessie, an oncology nurse at Delray Medical Center.
The Bowl Partner Builders’ dedication, hands-on construction and team-spirited camaraderie helped to break the challenging poverty cycle one family at a time, making an indelible impact on the community. Among the Partner Builders were: Crocker Partners Managing Partner Angelo Bianco, GL Homes President Misha Ezratti, Tire Kingdom executives, ESPN radio personalities Brian Rowitz, producer and contributor of Josh Cohen & The HomeTeam and Jordan Sherwood, host of The Main Event. Bowl Partners Coca-Cola provided beverages, Chick-fil-A provided breakfast and Caesar’s Famous Ribs & BBQ that was recently tapped as the official BBQ vendor of this year’s Super Bowl provided lunch.