Rogue Energy Services Celebrates the Success of the 19th Annual Bad Boy Blast Fundraiser

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Odessa, TX — Rogue Energy Services proudly contributed to the overwhelming success of the 19th Annual Bad Boy Blast Sporting Clay Event, which raised an astonishing $500,000 for local Volunteer Fire Departments and Odessa Crime Stoppers. The event, known for its community-centric focus, surpassed expectations in its fundraising efforts, benefiting those safeguarding our community.

A Record-Breaking Achievement

The fundraiser’s impressive outcome was shared on Facebook by the Bad Boy Blast organizers: “We are so honored to be able to help these departments get the necessary equipment they need to support our community.” This sentiment resonates with the mission of Rogue Energy Services and its commitment to local community involvement.

Allocation of Funds

The funds raised were distributed among several vital organizations, including:

  • Goldsmith Volunteer Fire Department: $92,500
  • Odessa Crime Stoppers: $35,000
  • Gardendale Volunteer Fire Department: $50,000
  • Andrews Volunteer Fire Department: $92,500
  • South Ector Volunteer Fire Department: $100,000
  • North Midland Volunteer Fire Department: $60,000
  • Greenwood Fire Department: $70,000

These substantial donations will significantly aid in equipping these departments with essential tools and resources.

A Word from Rogue Energy Services’ CEO

Diego Cardona, CEO of Rogue Energy Services, expressed his enthusiasm: “Hearing the results of the Bad Boy Blast fundraiser is incredibly heartening. We are thrilled to have played a role in this essential initiative. Supporting these organizations crucial to our community’s safety and well-being is a matter of pride for us at Rogue.”

Continued Community Commitment

Rogue Energy Services continues to uphold its reputation as a company deeply invested in community welfare and safety. The success of the Bad Boy Blast fundraiser is a testament to the collective efforts of local businesses and community members in supporting these essential services.

For more information

Please contact:
Jennifer McCoy, Controller.
Phone: 325.450.0466

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