Furniture store celebrates anniversary with fundraiser

Big Bronco, a western and Southwestern furniture and home décor store, is celebrating 15 years in business with a special “Living the West Dream” fundraising event 5-8 p.m. Saturday, April 25.

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According to owner Faith Weinberg, the special anniversary event will feature live music, the beginning of the end of season sale and food and beverage, among other activities.

Ten percent of all sale proceeds will benefit two 501c(3) organizations: Triple R Horse Rescue and Arizona Equine Rescue Organization, Inc.

“In addition to saying thank you to the community, residents and visitors who support us year-round, it is a time to give back to the community at-large.,” said Ms. Weinberg.

Mary Hoffman, a popular Mesa-based singer and songwriter, will provide the live music. Ms. Hoffman was the winner of the Arizona State University Idol competition in 2004.

Triple R Horse Rescue rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes horses surrendered to its care. The organization, which is run 100 percent by volunteers, relies on support from the community to fulfill its mission.
Located on three acres donated by Lil Bit North Ranch in Cave Creek, Triple R Horse Rescue re-homed hundreds of horses, mini-horses and burros.

The Arizona Equine Rescue Organization, Inc. is a highly specialized health center for rescue horses that require intensive medical care.
Big Bronco and its Furniture Barn is located at 6602 E. Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek.

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