LLS Partners with Burlington Stores

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Light the Night Walk Campaign
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Based just outside of Ft. Worth in Colleyville, Kim Gill has managed residential and commercial real estate development projects in Texas for more than three decades. Outside of his professional responsibilities as the chairman of real estate development at Sable Holdings, LLC, Kim Gill supports the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS), which recently announced a partnership with Burlington Stores to support the annual Light the Night Walk Campaign.

This campaign is a fundraising mechanism aimed at bringing families and communities together to honor survivors of blood cancers, as well as those who lost their fight with these diseases. Light the Night Walks help emphasize the importance of finding cures for these illnesses, as well as providing treatment access for patients with blood cancer.

More than 37,000 associates throughout Burlington Stores across the nation will take part in these walks. Additionally, customers shopping at these stores can donate to LLS through November 30 to help fund blood cancer research.

LLS is the largest organization in the world dedicated to fighting blood cancers. Its mission is to find a cure for leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma, while improving the quality of life of patients and their families.

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Arts Council of Fort Worth, Kroger, Join Forces for Store Murals

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Arts Council of Fort Worth
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The chairman of real estate development at Sable Holdings, LLC, a Texas-based residential and commercial real estate development company, Kim Gill has more than three decades of leadership experience within the real estate industry. Outside of his professional life, Kim Gill is committed to charitable pursuits and supports several nonprofit organization, including the Arts Council of Fort Worth.

The Arts Council of Fort Worth and the Kroger Company have announced a partnership to commission local artists to provide murals for three new Kroger stores in the Fort Worth area. These efforts are part of Kroger‘s larger $1 million initiative to have artists paint unique murals at more than 65 of its stores across the nation in 2016.

Artist Lindsey Dunnagan was selected to paint the mural for Kroger’s store in North Richland Hills, which opened last July. Ms. Dunnagan created an indoor mural on acrylic panels that elegantly captures the essence of Fort Worth. The Arts Council of Fort Worth plans issue an open call to additional artists interested in creating murals for two other Kroger stores, which are slated to open in December.