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Homefix Custom Remodeling Sponsors Charity Football Bash

Home remodeling company teams with the Bowen Foundation for Autism in Annapolis charity flag football game

March 26, 2015 – Baltimore MD & Vienna, VA– Today Homefix Custom Remodeling (HCR) announced its financial support for the April 17, 2015 Friday Night Under the Lights Charity Football Bash in Annapolis, hosted by the Bowen Foundation for Autism. HCR will be the Women’s Blue Team Sponsor.

The Bowen Foundation for Autism will host its first ever Charity Football Bash at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, MD. This event will bring together football fans and charity supporters for a unique opportunity to support a great cause like never before: through a charity flag football game. Starting at 7:00 pm, both men and women will take the field to showcase their skills and raise money for a cause so near and dear to the hearts of so many of us: children living with autism.

“We are pleased to have the opportunity to raise awareness and improve the lives of children with autism in Maryland ,” said Adam Shampaine, CEO of HCR. “We are dedicated to supporting causes that better the lives of Maryland’s children.”

“HCR is helping us fund behavioral therapies, doctor appointments, safety equipment and learning devices for our families living with autism,” said Bryan Levy, president of the Bowen Foundation for Autism. “Their sponsorship will help many affected families.”

About HCR

Homefix Custom Remodeling is a window, door, roof and gutter repair/replacement company located in Baltimore, Maryland and Vienna, Virginia. They have serviced the greater Washington, Maryland and Delaware areas for over 20 years. Learn more online at https://currenthomefix.wpengine.com

About the Bowen Foundation

The Bowen Foundation for Autism is dedicated to raising awareness and resources for the prevention, treatment, education and research efforts related to conditions consistent with the autism spectrum diagnosis and to improve the lives of individuals with these conditions, primarily here in Maryland. http://www.bowenfoundation.org