Lakewood Brewing Company Presents the 2017 Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade

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Dallas, TX : Lakewood Brewing Company joins this year’s Dallas Pride as Title Sponsor for the Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade on September 17, 2017.

“We are extremely thankful to have the opportunity to partner on this message of equality and thank the Community for all they have done,” said Jeremiah Wallis, VP of Sales at Lakewood Brewing.  “Whether it’s pint nights at Cedar Springs Tap House, ‘Loving Great Beer Together’ events at TMC, or Dance Offs at Round Up for charity, we’ve felt welcomed as partners.”

Wim Bens, Founder & President of Lakewood Brewing Company adds, “At Lakewood Brewing, we want to show our support to a Community that has taken care of us since day one.”

A huge philanthropic advocate, Lakewood Brewing takes pride in supporting and celebrating the diversity of the DFW community, evident in its organization’s slogan “For whichever neighborhood you call home.”  Many local non-profit organizations benefit from LBC’s support throughout the year, including Brewing Good give-back events held every Sunday afternoon in the Taproom.

The Lakewood Brewing Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade on Sunday, September 17 will begin at 2:00 pm down Cedar Springs from Wycliff to Turtle Creek where the parade will end.

The Pride Festival at Reverchon Park is an all-day event on Saturday preceding the Parade on Sunday. The fenced in festival will house many local vendors, including featured beers from Lakewood Brewing Company, and two live entertainment stages, Teen Pride and the Family Pride Zone. Admission for the festival is $10 per person and free for children 12 years and under.

A full list of parade details, pride events, local clubs, and more Dallas Pride information can be found at www.dallaspride.org.

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