Corporate sponsorship, community involvement and educational excellence are all important charitable concerns at Southern Wines & Spirits, Brokerage of Montana, according to John Klein, Executive Vice President, General Manager of Southern Wine & Spirits of America’s seven Pacific Northwest markets— Alaska, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming and Washington.
I. Southern Wine & Spirits, Brokerage of Montana and the Chase Hawks Memorial
As in past years, the Company supported the Chase Hawks Memorial in cooperation with the Crown Royal Saddle and Rodeo Program, according to Nate Sauter, State Manager, Montana, Southern Wine & Spirits, Brokerage of Montana. This program features performances and events by the Rough Stock Rodeo Cowboys, which take place in both Montana and Wyoming, via Chase Hawks Invitational Rough Stock Rodeo and other events.
According to the group’s website, “The Chase Hawks Memorial Association is a Montana-based non-profit corporation raising money for families in crisis throughout Montana, Wyoming, the Dakotas, and beyond. The Association awards grants, organizes volunteer efforts and labor, and co-sponsors fund raising year round to benefit families facing crises that fall outside of traditional sources of aid. An advisory board distributes funds on a non-discriminatory basis, with priority given to requests by individuals within the communities where funds are raised. Mr. Klein said, “We are proud to be one of the sponsors of Chase Hawks Memorial, which supports a number of worthy groups.”