Go-Giver Gala 


Mayor Andy Mack cordially invites you to attend the Second Annual Go-Giver Gala on Saturday, January 12, 2019! 

Come be a part of this fantastic event that honors the Go-Givers of Longview while also raising funds for important betterment projects. Proceeds from the Second Annual event will benefit efforts to beautify and stimulate development along Highway 80. The event will take place at 7 p.m., Saturday, January 12, 2019 at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Complex, 100 Grand Blvd. The attire for the event will be Texas Cocktail Chic. 

History of Go-Givers in Longview:

Shortly after his election as Mayor in 2015, Andy Mack hosted a community-wide “Mayor Mack’s Book Club” focusing on a book called “The Go-Giver” by Bob Burg and John David Mann.  The book is a little story about the huge power of giving. During and after that book club, many individuals throughout Longview stepped up to be “Go-Givers” for by donating their time, energy, and money to important needs in our community. This gala is an opportunity to recognize some of those individuals and to encourage others to follow their lead. Funds raised during the event will benefit projects for the betterment of the City of Longview. 

Go-Giver Honorees:

Each year, the mayor selects honorees to be recognized for their excellent legacy of giving to the community. For 2019, the mayor is pleased to recognize the lifetime of service to the Longview community of Janis Canion, Keith Honey, Chuck King, and Joyce Williams. 

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities:

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are now available for the Second Annual Go-Giver Gala on January 12, 2019. Individual tickets are $100. Sponsorship opportunities begin at $1,000. Now through December 1, tickets and sponsorships may be purchased online or by contacting event chair Mrs. Julie Brigoitti Woods at 903-987-9944. 

Event Location:

Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Complex
100 Grand Blvd.
Longview, TX 75604

Go-Giver Honorees Janis Canion and Keith Honey

Go-Giver Honorees Chuck King and Joyce Williams