The Arlington Renegades have added LBL Architects to the Community Ticket Program, the team announced on Friday. 

The Community Ticket Program provides local businesses the opportunity to give back to their communities and non-profit organizations that serve youth, educational initiatives, and life-changing resources where they work and live. Businesses that join the program will purchase game tickets and unique fan experiences, and the Renegades will manage those tickets by donating them to local organizations on behalf of their partners. 

“We are very excited to add LBL Architects to our list of community partners for our Community Ticket Program,” said Charles Johnson, Vice President of Business and Event Operations. “LBL Architects’ mission is to be a blessing to those they serve and we are excited to extend unique fan experiences to enhance lives in a different manner on their behalf.” 

Since 1965, LBL Architects has influenced the architectural landscape of the DFW area, designing a wide variety of notable facilities including churches, recreation centers, government office buildings, financial institutions, medical office buildings, schools, and healthcare facilities. LBL Architects provides pre-design services, design services, and construction administration services. LBL Architects’ vision is to provide an outstanding architectural service in a Godly manner, to be a blessing to those they serve and meet in the process, and to share God’s blessings with the community and the members of the firm. 

LBL Architects will donate their allotment of tickets to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County, a nonprofit organization that offers programming and services to youth ages 6 to 18 throughout Tarrant and Denton counties. As the oldest and largest Club in Texas, it serves over 66,000 young people each year at 34 community-based locations, providing low-cost or free resources and a safe and welcoming environment where children and teens are respected and valued.

The Community Ticket Program is a tiered-pricing initiative that consists of three levels featuring different quantities of tickets and benefits. For more information, click here.

Businesses interested in joining the program, as well as community organizations interested in becoming a beneficiary of the program, can contact the Renegades by email ( or by phone (469-966-6468). Organizations that partner with the Renegades are encouraged to consult their tax and accounting advisors for potential tax benefits associated with ticket donations. 

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