And no, we’re not kidding. Plano Fire Chief Sam Greif and several firefighters will don some very creative and colorful bras this Wednesday in the battle against breast cancer. They’re promoting the 5th Annual Battle of the Bras gala. The October event will raise money for Women Rock, a non-profit organization dedicated to saving lives and providing hope and support.
This is one photo op you won’t want to miss. Bring your cameras to the Central Fire Station, 1901 K Avenue at 1:30 PM this Wednesday, August 23.
Plano, Texas, is the largest city in Collin County with a population of 277,720 as of January 2017. Incorporated in 1873, the city is located 20 miles north of Dallas. Plano was recently named the third Best Run City in America by 24/7 Wall Street. The City offers a high quality of life that includes: nationally-recognized schools, award-winning parks and sustainability initiatives, designation as one of America’s safest cities by Forbes magazine, and a wide variety of multi-cultural neighborhoods appealing to families, young singles and retirees. Plano is home and future home to many major international corporations and Fortune 500 headquarters such as Toyota, Liberty Mutual, JPMorgan Chase, Fannie Mae, FedEx Office, JC Penney, Dr. Pepper/Snapple Group, Rent-A-Center, Cinemark Holdings, Denbury Resources and Alliance Data Systems. The dynamic community features excellent restaurants, vibrant shopping and entertainment venues, a lively historic downtown district and active local arts scene. Easy access to DART light rail and major highways makes Plano a convenient place to live, work and visit. To learn more about Plano, go to our website at plano.gov.