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New York Life (Waco)

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Making A Difference and Building Relationships

When it comes to preparing for the future it’s important to work with someone who has the foresight and proven experience to help you navigate life’s changes successfully.

 

That’s where we come in. Whether you’re just starting out, growing your family, getting ready for retirement, or looking for a way to protect all that you’ve worked for, our Agents can help you find the right solutions to make the most of today, tomorrow, and the years to come.

Location:

823 Washington Ave. Suite 200

Waco, Texas 76701

Slow Rise Slice House

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Post Game Social Partner

Pizza by this slice is no longer a thing of the past or something you only find in New York. Woodway now has it's very own New York style pizza shop! With delicious and hand crafted pizza like the Kung Fu Chicken to a favorite classic pizza's, Slow Rise will quickly become your favorite pizza hangout spot.     

Slow Rise Slice House standouts:

Craft Beer with local favorites

Hand Crafted Pizza

Outside Patio area

Amazing Atmosphere

and more.....

Texas Sports and Social Club Members:

20% off beer or 1/2 price cans of beer for your squad on game night*

Great snack and slice menu

Hang indoors or enjoy the patio area

TV's to watch your favorite games

See Menu Below (subject to change) 

Location:

7608 Woodway Drive

Waco, Texas 76712

*Must wear your current season Texas Sports & Social Club Shirt offer good after 6:30 PM Mon-Fri and after 2pm on Sunday.

Play Forever Initiative

COMMUNITY IMPACT: Kids Play More

Mission:

To provide our Waco area youth and community with opportunities to raise and secure funds to participate in youth sports by working to reduce the financial barrier to participation.

Texas Sports & Social Club-Waco: Play Forever Initiative, is a group of caring adults that are dedicated to seeing an increase in sports participation in Waco. Our local community is creating opportunities for youth in our community to stay active, and we want to help them to continue on their mission  promoting healthy development (mentally and physically) in our children and young adults. The Play Forever Initiative will help to relieve a portion of the economic burden. Our Play Forever Initiative will allow us to help create fun, social,  playful ways to raise money for your organization and provides an opportunity for our children and young adults to learn, practice, and play in a variety of fun sports, and physical activities.

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City of Hewitt

Community Partner

The City of Hewitt is a wonderful community with beautiful parks like Hewitt Park and Warren Park Amphitheater.  They host community events year around to give you fun and exciting ways to connect with friends and meet people in your community.  

Some of Hewitt's most popular events:

Hounds & Sounds

Dodging 4 Dollars Charity Dodgeball Tournament

National Night Out

Dog Days of Summer

and more.....

Stay Active at Hewitt Park with:

Disc Golf

Walking Track

Basketball Court

Soccer Field

Playground 

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Dick's Sporting Goods (Waco)

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DICK’S Sporting Goods was founded in 1948 when an 18 year-old Dick Stack was working at an Army surplus store in Binghamton, New York. An avid fisherman, Dick was approached by the store owner to come up with a list of products needed to get into the fishing tackle business. After Dick presented his suggestions, the owner told him he was a dumb kid and had no idea what he was doing. Dick was upset and promptly quit. He went to his grandmother’s house where he spent a lot of time as a kid and told her what had happened.

Dick’s grandmother asked how much it would cost to build the store himself. Dick said it would cost $300. His grandmother then went to the cookie jar where she kept her life savings and gave him $300 and told him “do it yourself.” Dick used that money and his relentless work-ethic to open a bait-and-tackle shop in Binghamton. By the late 1970's, he expanded his product line to include much of what you’ll find at DICK’S Sporting Goods today.

Location:

1900 N Waco Drive (Richland Mall)

Waco, Texas 76710

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