Annual Fundraiser Honors Sugar Land Advocates Bob and Carole Brown SUGAR LAND, TX (December 5, 2017) – Today, the Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation (SLCAF) is proud to announce the 2018 Founders’ Review, to be held on Saturday, January 20, 2018, from 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. at Safari Texas Ranch in Richmond, TX. The theme of this year’s Founders’ Review – Heart and Soul – was inspired by the dedication of the Sugar Land community to supporting the arts in Fort Bend County.

Attendees of the 2018 Heart and Soul Founders’ Review can enjoy the moving performances of Samuel (Eddie) Cromwell and his Gospel Choir and an exciting live auction, with items including, a one year pre-paid, 10,000-mile lease on a 2018 BMW 430i Gran Coupe, courtesy of Momentum BMW, available for bidding. In addition to the evening’s festivities, SLCAF will also be honoring a couple who have poured their own heart and soul into giving back to a community they’ve called home for nearly 40 years – Mr. and Mrs. Bob and Carole Brown.

“We’re fortunate to have a community that is as enthusiastic about the arts as we are at the Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation,” said Tim Stubenrouch, Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation Board President. “Bob and Carole Brown have become a cornerstone in the Sugar Land community, with Bob serving as a board member of the Sugar Land Heritage Foundation, Sugar Land Legacy Foundation, among many other organizations, and Carole giving back to the community through the Republican Women’s Club, American Heart Association and Operation Rainbow – we are delighted to name them the 2018 Founder’s Review honorees.”

All proceeds of the Review will benefit the mission and goals of SLCAF, including continued improvements to the Sugar Land Auditorium and promotion of cultural, performing and visual arts. To date, SCLAF has reinvested over $1.2 million in the community. The Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation would also like to thank this year’s Title Sponsor, Momentum BMW.

To learn more, become a sponsor, or purchase a ticket, or table to this year’s Founder’s Review, please visit www.slcaf.org/2018-founders-review/ or contact Cathy Stubbs, Review Chair.

About Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation

Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation (SLCAF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization, founded in 1999, to promote the cultural, performing and visual arts in Sugar Land, TX and preserve, renovate and restore the historic Sugar Land Auditorium. SLCAF advocates, supports and promotes the cultural arts through programs, initiatives and partnerships including the City of Sugar Land, Fort Bend Independent School District, Houston Endowment, Inc., the George Foundation and the Sugar Land Heritage Society. For more information on SLCAF and how to get involved, visit www.slcaf.org.