Southcrest Christian School welcomes Dak Prescott

Southcrest Christian School welcomes Dak Prescott

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Dallas Cowboy quarterback Dak Prescott is coming to Lubbock as part of Southcrest Christian School's "Cowboy Up" event.

The event will take place Friday, April 13, at Southcrest Baptist Church with Title Sponsor Reagor Dykes Auto Group and will offer sponsors dinner and photo opportunities with the young star.

The 2017 NFL Rookie Of The Year will share a compelling story of overcoming the odds and capitalizing on opportunities as they present themselves, with a Q&A session addressing pressing challenges of the day.

Bart Reagor will interview Prescott, asking questions about his family, his faith, his experience and what lies ahead.

Sponsorship and table opportunities are on sale now and can be purchased by calling the school at 806-776-0532. Individual tickets are available at DakPrescottLubbock.com.

Proceeds from this event benefit Southcrest Christian School. 

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