The Davenport Firm Proudly Hosts This Year’s Annual Charity Benefit for the Friendship House

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Louisiana law firm, The Davenport Firm, hosted this year’s annual charity benefit for the Louisiana Friendship House in the form of a “Fright Night Monster Bash.” With the Halloween themed party, there was a plethora of supporters decked out in costume which resulted in a great turnout for the Friendship House benefit.

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This is our fifth year hosting the charity benefit, and found success every time in raising money to go towards the Friendship House.

Louisiana law firm, The Davenport Firm was proud to host this year’s annual charity benefit for the Friendship House, which took place on October 27, 2012 from 8:00pm – 11:00pm CT. The theme for this year’s benefit was “Fright Night Monster Bash” and encouraged all attendees to show up in their Halloween costumes.

“This is our fifth year hosting the charity benefit, and found success every time in raising money to go towards the Friendship House. This year we raised about $700,” says Attorney Tommy D. Davenport Jr. “It’s something that we, at the Davenport Firm, are passionate and feel strongly supporting.”

The event, which took place at the Super Daqx Sports Bar and Grill in Alexandria, LA, had about 150 people show up in lots of creative costumes. Super Daqx held a competition for best costume to encourage supports to attend suited up in their Halloween gear.

About Tommy D. Davenport Jr.:
The Davenport Firm provides aggressive and effective representation tailored to the particular needs of each of their clients. They have extensive experience in personal injury, criminal defense and family law cases. Davenport’s proven record of success and no nonsense approach in handling legal matters makes this firm the firm for all your legal needs. For more information, please visit: http://www.davenportfirm.com/

About The Friendship House:
The Friendship House, a non-profit organization, is the only licensed adult day care center in Central Louisiana that provides programs and activities for adults who require a support system during daytime hours, while still living in their own homes with family or friends. Their staff offers daily activities that provide members with an opportunity to live richer, fuller lives in their own homes. For more information, please visit: http://www.friendship-house.net/

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