Events

Sporting Clays

Chinquapin’s annual sporting clays benefit is quickly approaching!

We hope you’ll join us Monday, November 9, 2020, at Greater Houston Sports Club. We’re changing it up a bit with a morning shoot followed by lunch, live music, cold beer, and auction. Should be a good time.

Since 2012, we have held an annual sporting clays tournament to bring together industry and support Chinquapin Prep at the same time. Last year’s event saw more than 40 corporations and more than 220 individuals come together to help further the mission of Chinquapin.

The day’s format will change a bit this year with a morning shoot followed by team flurries and mixed target games. Lunch, cold beer, live music, and an auction round out the day.

Please reach out to Laura Hipps, Director of Development, at lhipps@chinquapin.org with any questions.

Register for our 2020 sporting clays tournament set for Monday, November 9, at Greater Houston Sports Club.

Download a printable registration form here.

Co-Chairs:

Freddie Barela, Sam Bowen, Jr., Andrew Kollaer and Will McDaniel

Host Committee:

Cape Bell
Andrew Brod
Trey Cornelius
Austin Davis
Greg Davis
Chance Decker
George Fisher

 

David Holland
Peter Kaldis
Ross Lairson
George McDaniel
Matt Moncrief
Jim Thompson
Rob Wellington

Host Committee:

John Athon
Freddie Barela
Sam Bowen, Jr.
Cape Bell
Jay Cliburn
Trey Cornelius
Greg Davis
George Fisher
Clayton Johnson
Joseph Jornayvaz
Taylor Liedtke
Patrick Lissonnet
George McDaniel
Matt Moncrief
Robert Plumb
Ryan Sauer

 

 SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

Gold - SOLD OUT

$7,500

  • Three teams of 4 shooters
  • 12 Flurry tickets
  • 12 Mixed Target tickets
  • Shooter gifts, food & beverage
  • Team photo for each participant
  • Premier event signage
  • Recognition in event marketing materials

Silver

$5,000

  • Two teams of 4 shooters
  • 8 Flurry tickets
  • 8 Mixed Target tickets
  • Shooter gifts, food & beverage
  • Team photo for each participant
  • Course, flurry, or mixed target signage
  • Recognition in event marketing materials

Bronze

$2,500

  • One team of 4 shooters
  • 4 Flurry tickets
  • 4 Mixed Target tickets
  • Shooter gifts, food & beverage
  • Team photo for each participant
  • Station signage
  • Recognition in event marketing materials

Station Sponsor

$500

  • Exclusive station signage

Team Fees

Four-Person Team

$1,200

  • One team of 4 shooters
  • 4 Flurry tickets
  • 4 Mixed Target tickets
  • Team photo for each participant
  • Shooter gifts, food & beverage

 

Two-Person Team

$600

  • One team of 2 shooters
  • 2 Flurry tickets
  • 2 Mixed Target tickets
  • Team photo for each participant
  • Shooter gifts, food & beverage

 

Accreditation

Chinquapin Prep is accredited by TAAPS

Contact Info

2615 E. Wallisville Rd.
Highlands, TX 77562

(281) 426-5551

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