Community Involvement

Blow ‘Em Up For Boobies

What started as just a small gathering each fall for a skeet shooting event for friends and family has grown into an annual bash during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to raise funds for The Breast Cancer Survivors’ Network and enjoying a fine southern day of skeet shooting, bbq, brews, tunes and bonfires. Blow Em Up For Boobies has been around for 5 years of southern entertainment and giving back to the community. The Breast Cancer Survivor’s Network is an amazing local nonprofit organization that aims to provide positive support services, programs, education, and supplies before, during, and after diagnosis, treatment, and recovery of Breast Cancer.

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Pull ‘Em for Pink

The vision for Pull ‘Em for Pink was born out of its sister event held each fall, Blow ‘Em Up for Boobies (BUFB).

Blow ‘Em Up started as an annual skeet shoot for friends and family that grew into a charity event supporting the Breast Cancer Survivors’ Network (BCSN). BUFB has raised over $10,000 over the years to help support the mission of the BCSN: to provide assistance, education and positive support services before, during, and after diagnosis, treatment and recovery of Breast Cancer.

In 2014, Brooke Stevens Perez, David Perez, Jamie Traynor, and Chad Knudsen took the good work a step further. After a successful inaugural event, we are looking forward to engaging the Atlanta business community and shooting enthusiasts alike – all with one goal in mind: supporting our local communities impacted by breast cancer each year.

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New Story Homes for Haiti

We were fortunate to help contribute to the New Story Campaign to help build homes for Earthquake victims living in tent villages for the past five years.  Eddy pictured here, and his family now have a home, and 100% of the donations made to New Story are given to the local partner in Leveque, Haiti to local contractors who take only 2 to 3 months to build each home.  Follow the journey of your donation with updates along the way from New Story when you donate here.