CCA Benefits from KBR Master of the Green Tournament

Posted on November 24, 2009

HOUSTON, TX – Coastal Conservation Association is proud to again be one of the beneficiaries of the third Master of the Green Charity Golf Tournament, an annual event organized by KBR to support educational, environmental and health organizations.

“CCA relies on strong supporters like KBR to successfully fulfill our conservation mission,” said Pat Murray, CCA president. “Their continuing, generous support will allow us to lead the fight for proper marine resource conservation, habitat restoration and fishing opportunities in the future.”
The company’s third annual charity golf tournament raised $220,000 for 12 Texas charities, including Camp for All Foundation, Houston Area Women’s Center, March of Dimes Foundation, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Communities in Schools – Fort Hood, Fifth Ward Enrichment Program, Cosmos Foundation (Harmony Public Schools), Buffalo Bayou Partnership, Discovery Green Conservancy, Hermann Park Conservancy and the Galveston Bay Foundation.
“A commitment to environmental stewardship is one of KBR’s core values,” said Richard Jennings, KBR Senior Manager of Community Relations. “CCA’s work in the Gulf Coast region is a vital part of the community and is to be commended. We are proud to support the organization and its continued mission.”  
KBR is a global engineering, construction and services company supporting the energy, hydrocarbon, government services, minerals, civil infrastructure, power and industrial markets.
CCA is the largest marine resource conservation group of its kind in the nation. With almost 100,000 members in 17 state chapters, CCA has been active in state, national and international fisheries management issues since 1977. Visit for more information.
CONTACT: Ted Venker, 1-800-201-FISH