Dallas, TX, January 30, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Irving Chapter of Ambucs is proud to announce that guest speakers for its National Ambucs Month Luncheon will include star University of Texas wide receiver Quan Cosby and award-winning Abilene Christian University running back Bernard Scott.
The event will be held February 12, 2009 at Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House in Dallas. The emcee for the event is local sports radio and TV host Brady Tinker. Both Cosby and Scott will be speaking during the event. Tickets are $60 each and must be purchased in advance. For additional information or to purchase tickets, please contact Cliff Bauerle at 817-308-6267.
Ambucs National President Elect, Cliff Bauerle, says "The Irving Chapter of Ambucs is excited and honored to have Quan Cosby and Bernard Scott join us in celebrating National Ambucs Month. We are proud to have their support in our mission to help people with disabilities achieve more independent lifestyles."
About Quan Cosby --
Quan Cosby is best known as a star wide receiver for the University of Texas. In 2008 he was selected to the AP All Big-12 second team as a receiver and earned an honorable mention as a kick returner. A gifted all-around athlete, he also played four seasons of baseball in the Anaheim Angels minor league system. Cosby is represented by Team Sports Agency. For additional information on Quan Cosby, please visit http://www.QuanCosbyFootball.com.
About Bernard Scott --
Bernard Scott was awarded the 2008 Harlon Hill Trophy as the nation’s top NCAA Division II player. He has the distinction of being Abilene Christian University’s all-time leading rusher after only two seasons as well as leading NCAA Division II in points per game and all-purpose yards. Bernard Scott is represented by Team Sports Agency. For additional information, please visit http://www.BernardScottFootball.com.
About Ambucs --
Ambucs is a national service organization dedicated to creating mobility and independence for people with disabilities by performing community service, providing AmTryke® therapeutic tricycles to children with disabilities, and providing scholarships for therapists. Ambucs is an 87 year old national 501(c) 3 charity, made up of over 6,000 volunteers. For more information on the Irving Ambucs chapter, please visit http://www.irvingambucs.org.