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NFL Join the Team: Back to Football Friday
On Friday, September 10, 2010, in every city and small town across the country, the passion for NFL football teams will be on full display. In schools, office buildings, and local stores nationwide, every person will celebrate the first weekend of the new NFL season by wearing their favorite team’s gear.
This fall the NFL and United Way are teaming up for Back to Football Friday, a first-of-its-kind campaign to make youth health and wellness a nationwide priority. We are encouraging fans of all ages to show their NFL team pride at work and in school on Friday, September 10th, in celebration of the start of the NFL season and to join our efforts to end childhood obesity.
AT YOUR OFFICE:
Individuals can support United Way youth health and wellness by wearing their favorite football gear to work and encouraging their colleagues to do the same. The employer or group of individuals that show the most NFL team pride will receive an office celebration hosted by the NFL.
REGISTER NOW: BacktoFootball-UnitedWay
AT YOUR SCHOOL:
The 34 schools across the nation that show the most NFL team pride will be selected as NFL PLAY 60 Super Schools. The winning schools will receive a visit from a real NFL player and a $10,000 health and wellness grant.
REGISTER NOW: BacktoFootball-NFLRush
In a recent television interview, Phillies OF Shane Victorino speaks of his journey through MLB and his involvement with Legacy Direct:
Former NHL stars, including Tie Domi, Claude Lemieux and Ken Daneyko, laced up narrower skates than they are used to as they figu:re skated in “Battle of the Blades” : http://www.edmontonsun.com/entertainment/tv/2009/10/05/11300631-sun.html
Bryan Clay, in addition to his rigorous training regimen, has made the trip to Copenhagen, Denmark to aid in the United States’ bid to host the 2016 Olympic Games in Chicago. Here is the video:
On June 3rd, Forbes Magazine released the top 100 list of the world’s most powerful celebrities. See who made the cut: