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Thursday, October 24, 2019
Capital Factory
701 Brazos Street, 8th Floor
5:45pm- 8:30pm


Step into the future with the Comfort Crew on Thursday, October 24, 2019. A whole new world awaits as you step off the elevators onto the newly opened 8th floor at the Capital Factory. Guests will enjoy food by Fresa's, drinks, music, interactive demonstrations of new technologies, silent auction, raffle, and much more.



Our special guests include Master of Ceremonies Craig Flowers; Speaker/Actor and Military Kid Christopher Sean; and Speaker/Wounded Warrior MSG (R) Todd Nelson.

Col. (R) Craig Flowers' 25 years in the US Army encompassed a decade overseas, including three years in The Kingdom of Morocco.  His final military assignment was at West Point where he taught and served as the Director of Cadet Activities and Assistant Baseball Coach. He is often heard on FM 104.9 ‘The Horn’ as a guest co-host for the “B&E Show”; Austin’s most listened to sports talk show.  He hosts his own radio show “The High Ground”, Saturday’s 10-11 am (streamed live at HornFM.com).  

You may know Christopher Sean from Days of our Lives, Disney's Star Wars Resistance, or Hawaii Five-0, but did you know that he is also a military kid? Hear about Christopher's experiences growing up as a military kid and how he's gotten where he is today.

Todd Nelson is a retired US Army Master Sergeant. In 2007, after serving 17 years on active duty, Todd was wounded in Afghanistan when he was hit be a suicide bomb that detonated less than 10 feet from him. His life and his family's life was changed at the moment. He now spends his extra time telling his story, when asked, to give hope to those facing hard times. 

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