The Tampa Bay Storm is pleased to announce that the team will play the Tampa Bay Sentinels, a member of the National Public Safety Football League, in its third annual charity flag football game Saturday, January 12 out at Otis M. Andrews Sports Complex (Plant City, FL) at 1:00 PM. All proceeds from the game will benefit the MacDonald Training Center with locations in Tampa and Plant City.
you have a chance to entertain and give back to the community, it's a
great thing," said vice president of football operations Jeff Gooch. "We
are all looking forward to getting out there, playing some football,
and having fun with our local heroes."
Tampa Bay Sentinels is a football team comprised of first responders
from the Tampa Bay area, including local members of the military. The
team participates in the full contact National Public Safety Football
League, a league comprised of teams made up of public safety officers
from around the country.
are pleased that the Storm and Sentinels will once again play a
fun-filled, family friendly, game of football to benefit the MacDonald
Training Center and support our community," said Sentinels general
manager, Rex Sano. "Please join us to meet your first responders, Storm
players and other local athletes for this day of fun and entertainment."
past two years, the two teams have played a charity football game
benefitting the Kocab Curtis Foundations and Fallen Firefighter
Survivors Foundation respectively. Regardless of which team came out on
top on the field, the charities came out winners with the funds raised
and lives touched.
to the game are only $7.00 and can be purchased at the gate the day of
the game. Children under five and people with disabilities get in for
free. There will also be auction items and a 50/50 raffle with all the
proceeds going to benefit the MacDonald Training Center.
Otis Andrews Sports Complex is located at [2058-2099] E Cherry St, Plant City, 33563 at the Mike E. Sansone Community Park.
the MacDonald Training Center : MacDonald Training Center (MTC) is
dedicated to shattering barriers to independence for people with
disabilities. MTC's innovative life and job skills training curriculum,
community based residential supports, and competitive employment
placement services are designed to reduce dependence on state funding
for the individuals we are privileged to serve and for the organization.
All business services provided to the community are held to the highest
Five-Time World Champion Tampa Bay Storm was awarded the 2012 AFL
Support Staff of the Year. The 2013 season kicks off at home Saturday,
March 23 at 7:30 PM versus South Division rival Jacksonville Sharks.
Season tickets are available, for more information call 813.301.6600 or
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