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NFL Alumni To Host Charity Event At MetLife Stadium on June 13, 2018 From 5:30PM To 9:00PM Fun for Adults and Kids Tickets Available. Kids Under 10 Free Meet NFL Players and Play Celebrity Flag Football Field Access. Pictures. Autographs. Tours. KanJam and Cornhole Tournaments

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Fun For The Whole Family At NFL Alumni Charity Benefit! Meet Jim Burt and other NFL Alumni on June 13 5:30-9:00pm at MetLife Stadium. Tickets $50; Kids under 10 FREE! Call 609-259-2500 for info Credits: Courtesy of L.E.A.D.
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Fun For The Whole Family At NFL Alumni Charity Benefit! Meet Bart Oates and other NFL Alumni on June 13 5:30-9:00pm at MetLife Stadium. Tickets $50; Kids under 10 FREE! Call 609-259-2500 for info Credits: Courtesy of L.E.A.D.
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Fun For The Whole Family At NFL Alumni Charity Benefit! Meet OJ Anderson and other NFL Alumni on June 13 5:30-9:00pm at MetLife Stadium. Tickets $50; Kids under 10 FREE! Call 609-259-2500 for info. Credits: Courtesy of L.E.A.D.
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NFL Alumni To Host Charity Event At MetLife Stadium on June 13, 2018 From 5:30PM To 9:00PM

Fun for Adults and Kids 

Tickets Available. Kids Under 10 Free

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Meet NFL Players and Play Celebrity Flag Football

Field Access. Pictures. Autographs. Tours.

KanJam and Cornhole Tournaments

 

The NFL Alumni Association (NFLA) will host a charity event on June 13th at MetLife Stadium from 5:30pm to 9:00pm Tickets for adults are $50. Kids under 10 are free.  NFL legends like Bart Oates, OJ Anderson and Jim Burt will be there for pictures and autographs.  

Attendees can play on a NFLA charity flag football team which includes playing with and meeting NFL players, coaching sessions, field access, photo and autograph opportunities, stadium tours, and Under Armour gear. Guests can also participate in Cornhole and KanJam tournaments.

The proceeds of the evening will benefit nonprofit organization including RHF Funding in partnership with Law Enforcement Against Drugs (L.E.A.D.) and Ferraro Brothers for Brothers Scholarship Campaign in partnership with the Folded Flag Foundation.

To purchase tickets, visit, NFL ALUMNI EVENT TICKETS – MET LIFE STADIUM – JUNE 13, 2018.  Or call (609) 259-2500 for more information.

About The NFL Alumni

The NFL Alumni is a charitable organization composed primarily of former professional football players guided in their volunteer efforts by the motto "Caring for Kids."

About RHF Foundation

The mission of the RHF Foundation is to provide funding to help children with acute medical conditions.

About L.E.A.D.

L.E.A.D. is the only law enforcement focused evidence-based drug and violence prevention program in New Jersey schools offering K-12 proven effective, evidence-based Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) curricula. It is the largest program in New Jersey and currently has more than 1000 officers and teachers in over 250 communities in all 21 counties certified in various aspects of L.E.A.D. – IN THE CLASSROOM and ON THE STREET.

About Folded Flag Foundation

The Folded Flag Foundation mission is to provide educational scholarships and support grants to the spouses and children of the United States military and government personnel who died as a result of hostile action or in an accident related to U.S. combat operations.

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