Reggie Bibbs of the Just Ask Foundation
Reggie Bibbs playing innocent like he wasn’t responsible for eating all those chili samples in front of him. You could have saved some for the rest of us!

The Just Ask Tour rolled into the Cottonwood Restaurant in Houston, TX today to help support one of our biggest supporters, the Pysch Ward Sirens and the Houston Roller Derby!

Today, Reggie and I sampled some of the best chili in the history of Psych Ward Sirens Annual Chili Cook-Off!

It was so great seeing our old friends and meeting new ones! One of the great things about driving around the country promoting awareness of neurofibromatosis is meeting all of the wonderful, compassionate people who come up to just ask us about NF.

Reggie Bibbs and the Just Ask Foundation
It was so nice to see former skater and new mom, Laurentina Marquardt at the cook-off with her two-month old baby! Congratulations!!!

 

Reggie Bibbs and the Just Ask Foundation
Had a lot of fun with the guys at the Derby Brothers Booth! We didn’t stay till the end but it would be my guess that these guys won again, for like the sixth straight year!

 

Reggie Bibbs and the Just Ask Foundation
Our best buddy, Misty “Mistilla the Killa” Moody was there to greet us and talk for a bit! Mistilla is one of the original founding members of the Houston Roller Derby.
Houston Roller Derby and the Just Ask Foundation
Goldiblox and Sick Nick!

 

 

 

 

 

 

One thought on “Just Ask Chows Down at Houston Roller Derby Chili Cook-Off

  1. Reggie and I feel so blessed to be part of the Houston Roller Derby Family! Everyone associated with the Derby, from the skaters and announcers to the Derby Brothers and the incredible fans, our experience has been nothing short of magical! Without question, the Houston Roller Derby is the only sport that I know of where the athletes love the fans as much as the fans love the athletes! Love you guys

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