12/01/2014 // 1-800-Car-Wreck (Press Release) // Amy Witherite // (press release)
At a recent press conference for the 8th Annual Home for the Holidays Celebration in Dallas, attorney Brian Eberstein of the Dallas based personal injury law firm of Eberstein & Witherite was among the dignitaries announced as sponsors. The charitable event is being hosted by Dallas Mayor Pro Tem and District 8 Dallas City Council Member Tennell Atkins. The press conference announcing this year’s participatory sponsors also featured Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant as a special guest speaker.
Advocating for a Great Cause
The Home for the Holidays Celebration is an event designed to help families faced with economic challenges during the Holiday season. The recent kickoff for the adopt-a-family and toy drive campaign also gave people in the community who wanted to contribute to the cause the opportunity to donate unwrapped toys, gift cards, and clothing items for those in need.
The actual celebration ceremony will be held on Saturday, December 6 from 11a.m.-1 p.m. at the Kleberg-Rylie Recreation Center at 1515 Edd Road in Dallas, Texas 75253. A holiday feast and door prizes will be made available to guests for free. Welcomed guests must RSVP by Monday, November 24 by calling 214-670-0779 or [email protected]
About the Law Firm of Eberstein & Witherite
The law firm of Eberstein & Witherite has strong ties to the Dallas community, with co-founder Brian Eberstein having grown up in South Dallas. The attorney has represented families in personal injury cases throughout the community for decades, as well as maintained heavy involvement in important local causes like the Home for the Holidays event.
For more information about the Eberstein & Witherite law firm, please visit http://www.1800-car-wreck.com/. Individuals who need legal help following a car accident or with another serious personal injury matter can contact Brian Eberstein’s firm by calling 1-800-CAR-WRECK, and receive assistance immediately.
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