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Bretz Injury Law announces the 4th Annual Reno County Veterans’ Memorial Poker Run


By Stephen Brubaker, Bretz Injury Law


HUTCHINSON, Kan.  — Bretz Injury Law is excited to present the 4th Annual Reno County Veterans’ Memorial Poker Run happening in Hutchinson, KS., on Saturday, September 9th. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. with engines starting at 10:30 a.m.. The Poker Run will begin at Salty Cycles, 129 E Sherman, Hutchinson, KS. Poker run stops include Sterling City Park, Shane Love Insurance Agency in Arlington, Shep Chevrolet in Haven, the Reno County Veterans’ Memorial in South Hutchinson, and Bretz Injury Law in Hutchinson. The entry fee is $25/hand and $10 for each additional hand with donations also being accepted. All vehicles are welcome to participate.

Prizes will be awarded to the winning hand, the second best hand, and the worst hand. The winning hand will recieve 25%, the second best hand will receive 15%, and the worst hand will receive 10%. The remaining 50% will be donated to the Reno County Veterans’ Memorial. Door prizes and a meal will be provided following the run. Raffles will be held at the last stop, Bretz Injury Law, with proceeds benefitting the Veterans’ Memorial.

Kelly Danyluk, President of the Reno County Veterans’ Association, shares his appreciation for community support. ”We are excited for the 4th Annual Reno County Veterans’ Memorial Poker Run sponsored by Bretz Injury Law. The proceeds we receive from this event help us continue to improve the memorial site by keeping the flags fresh and new, engraving new names on the granite panels, and planning for future expansion to include a military vehicle display. The Reno County Veterans’ Memorial was built to honor all the Veterans of Reno County and let them know how much we appreciate their service and sacrifices. We could not have built this great memorial without the help of community support like Bretz Injury Law,” says Mr. Danyluk.

For more information, visit the event page on Facebook or call 620-662-3435.