CONROE, TX – The Montgomery County Food Bank is setting high goals for its 10th annual Shootout Hunger tournament on September 16, 2022 at the Blackwood Sporting Co., located at 11400 FM 2854 Rd, Conroe, TX 77304. Shootout Hunger raises awareness and raises funds to help provide food to starving children, families and seniors in Montgomery County. Every dollar raised helps the Montgomery County Food Bank provide up to 5 meals to those in need.

The Montgomery County Food Bank invites both shooters and non-shooters to the event. The tournament includes an auction, a raffle, team photos, an awards ceremony, and breakfast and lunch for participants. Sponsorship opportunities are plentiful, however tickets for this popular event sell out quickly so early booking is highly recommended.

Event details:

  • Registration opens at 7:30 am
  • Welcome speech and safety briefing start at 8:45.
  • The sports equipment tournament starts at 9:00.
  • Lottery draw, award presentation and lunch start around 12:00.
  • Participants will shoot at 100 clay targets.
  • All participants must bring their own weapons and goggles.
  • Montgomery County Food Bank provides earplugs, 12-gauge cartridges (only), (1) golf cart per team of 4 shooters, breakfast and lunch.


For the fifth consecutive year, Cowboy Kia has sponsored the Shootout Hunger. Generous community partners and sponsors of the Montgomery County Food Bank, such as Cowboy Kia, are raising much-needed funds for Montgomery County residents in need. This year’s event was also made possible by Shootout Hunger committee members Cherie Huber, Dan Roberts, George Wagoner, Heath Koneshek, Rick Botello and Wayne Cox.

“Every year we depend on community fundraising events like the Shootout Hunger to help serve our community directly,” said Christine Marlowe, president and CEO of the Montgomery County Food Bank. “With the cost of food, fuel and other necessities steadily rising, our need for donations and support remains high as we work to meet increased needs for food aid throughout the county. We are grateful to Cowboy Kia for their renewed support as our Shootout Hunger Presenting sponsor.”

“Cowboy Kia is honored once again to be the official sponsor of the Shootout Hunger,” said Mark Compton, CEO of Cowboy Kia. “We are committed to serving our community and look forward to the impact this year’s tournament will have on the lives of those in need.”


For companies working on ESG and CRA, Food Bank’s support addresses both environmental and social issues. The Montgomery County Food Bank not only fights to end food insecurity, but also tackles food waste, which accounts for 6.7% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

Interested sponsors, teams, as well as individual shooters and non-shooters are encouraged to make reservations online at or contact Kathy Rifaat, Development Director, Montgomery County Food Bank, at [email protected] or call 936-271-8822.

Logo of the Montgomery County Food Bank

The Montgomery County Food Bank is a nonprofit hunger relief organization dedicated to uniting the community to fight hunger. The Montgomery County Food Bank provides meals to families, seniors, and children who lack access to healthy, nutritious foods through a network of over 70 partner agencies, local school districts, and community partners. Through partnerships with local retailers and wholesalers, the Montgomery County Food Bank receives and purposefully distributes donated and surplus food. True to its mission, the Montgomery County Food Bank works with volunteers, corporate and community partners, and non-profit organizations to create a community where everyone has access to enough nutritious food.

The Montgomery County Food Bank is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, a partner of the Houston Food Bank, a member of Feeding Texas, and a marketing partner of Feeding America.


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