We're selling raffle tickets for $20. If you would like to help out our organization please message us for all the details for a chance to win a Blue Yeti Cooler Tundra 50qt for only $20 (Retail $449.00). The Yeti cooler will be packed with other prizes as well. Contents of the cooler will include the following:
2 RBF T-shirts
2 RBF Can Koozies
2 RBF Bottle Koozies
2 RBF Pint Glasses
2 RBF Bumper Stickers
1 Pictorial History of the Houston Fire Department 1980-2014
Autographed by Scott Mellot
1 Blue Yeti Cooler Tundra 50
4 Pack of Red Bull
1 Pack of Party Bombers
4 Pack of Kahlua White Russian
1 Liter of Jägermeister
1 Liter Titos Vodka
750ml El Dorado Spiced Rum
1.7 Liter Margarita Mixer
750ml X-Rated Fusion Liqueur Cream
750ml Chila Orchata Cinnamon Rum
1 Liter BJ Hooker’s
1 Liter Smirnoff Kissed Carmel Vodka
1 Crown Royal Gift set with 2 glasses
1 Case of Tecate
1 Case of Bud Light
Winner will be announced at the The Robert Bebee 2nd Annual "I Got This" Softball Game to be held on August 20th 2016. Tickets will be sold up until the time of the drawing, to be held at 3:00 pm that day.
Come out and join the RBF Bebee QR's, at Kay's Lounge, February 25th, 26th & 27th. We will be out there from 7pm to closing, nightly. Plates include two meats, two sides and all the fixings. Funds are being raised on RBF's behalf to help us benefit our community. Plus we will have shirts and other authentic RBF merchandise available.
Come out and have a little fun with us. It's going to be a blast. If you're in to hot rods, then enter your car/truck/bike in the Car Show (open registration at the gate). Food from Randy's Smokehouse and get your "Boot Scootin' on" with outlaw country music from, Mike Adkins Band, Dennis Price Band, Sundance & 3 Wise Men.
Over the Thanksgiving holiday’s, the foundation provided full turkey dinners to five families. The number five was chosen in honor of the four firefighters who died in the fatal blaze on May 31, 2013 and an additional one who was seriously injured. The selected five families included students from the Bellaire area whom Bebee knew from his work with area schools.