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BENEFITING: Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation

EVENT: Bows for Dough 2017

EVENT DATE: Sep 08, 2017

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At Archer & Hound, we are a team—not just in the cliché sense of working together to do great work for our wonderful clients, but in every sense of the word. We stand together during challenges, throughout growth, and amidst change. While our best assets are arguably our grit and determination, the quality that binds us is passion; passion for knowledge, forward-thinking, and overall goodwill. 

So, why Bows for Dough? Well, it’s something we’re standing together to support—primarily because of Jessica Blanchfield, President of Archer & Hound Advertising. Jess has a deep and personal connection to the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (AARBF), the organization we are raising awareness and funds for during Bows for Dough. 

Beyond being a board member of AARBF, Jessica’s passion for burn survivor services and burn awareness stems from being a burn survivor herself. At age ten, Jessica received deep third-degree burns on over half of her body, after a deep-fryer of hot cooking oil fell on top of her while helping her mother in the kitchen. After a long and torturous road of healing, this traumatic experience left Jessica with severe scars on much of her body. 

Jess knows, first hand, the effects burns can have on a person’s life, both physically and emotionally, and the immeasurable benefit that comes along with having a sense of community, which the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation strives to provide. 

Please help us support the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation and their passion for reducing the number of burn injuries through prevention education and to enhance the quality of life for those who have been affected by burn injuries.


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