2019 FREE Use of Brentwood Facility for Regional Educators

2019 FREE Use of Brentwood Facility for Regional Educators

Each year, Brent Coon and Brentwood Entertainment Complex want to show their deepest gratitude to Southeast Texans who make a difference in their community by giving out free memberships to Brentwood Entertainment Complex. In 2018, Brentwood Entertainment Complex provided free memberships to all first responders in Southeast Texas who were crucial in providing aid to those in need during Hurricane Harvey.

This year, Brent Coon and Brentwood Entertainment Complex would like to thank the men and women who help shape the lives of our youth each and every day. Teachers, Educators, Educational Administrators and all school district staff members deserve our deepest gratitude and appreciation for their hard work and dedication to our younger generation.

BEC would like to thank these individuals by extending a free membership to Brentwood Entertainment Complex for 2019. All school district employees at any Region 5 or private school in Southeast Texas will have a free membership to Brentwood Entertainment Complex.

“Our regional school systems have gone through some trying times, and the floods of 2017 still impact even basic access to some schools in the area, including schools I attended as a kid. We want to do our part to say thanks to all the schools for all they have done and continue to do in forging a bright future for all of our kids…mine included.  My family has thoroughly enjoyed the ability to contribute to the well-being of our school systems through our toy drives, sponsorship of the area high school golf teams, summer kid programs, and many other programs.” Schools, unfortunately, don’t pay well, and times are tight for most folks in the area as everyone continues to recover from the flood damage that devastated the region. I have been fortunate in many respects and my wife Lisa and I always enjoy giving back to the community in many different ways” stated Brent Coon.

Every educator and school district employee will have free, individual access to the Brentwood Entertainment Facility, including free golf green fees at the Country Club of Texas, access to the outdoor pool, Bahama Beach Club and to the tennis courts. Only cart fees will be required for golf. Tee times are recommended and can be made by calling the pro shop at the Brentwood Entertainment Complex during normal business hours.

The honorary membership extends throughout 2019. School district employees are welcomed to bring guests as well. Many aspects of the facility are open to the public regardless, including the golf facility, for a daily fee rate.

This is Brentwood Entertainment Complex’s way of saying “thank you” to all of our educators and administrators for the long hours they have given and will continue to give to our youth.

A membership card is not required for entrance to the facility. Any currently employed Region 5 or private school staff member in Southeast Texas can show up to our facility and enter for free by showing their school district identification badge.

“As the management team of the facility, we are delighted to open our arms to our area educators. We would also like to extend our appreciation to Brent Coon & Associates Law Firm and Coondog Productions as our partners in underwriting this program. We hope that everyone takes advantage of this offer and has a great time at our Entertainment Complex.”

Sincerely,

The Management of Brentwood

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