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pro teams set to compete in 4th annual Turkey Bowl
Detroit is a football city, make no mistake in that. There is a huge appetite for football in Detroit at all levels. Detroit is also a place where we take care of our own, and the men of the Detroit semi pro football ranks are stepping up to do just that. On Saturday November 23rd, 2013 the collected teams of the Michigan semi pro ranks will get together and play a charity game known as the Turkey Bowl.
The game is the brain child of Cassal Giles, and Aaron Timmons. Bigger names in the world of Detroit semi pro football are hard to find and in 2010 they launched the idea of having an annual off season semi pro game. The Thanksgiving Day game in the NFL was invented here in Detroit and these men wanted to be part of the tradition. In 2011 they decided to make it a charitable effort and they got enough food donated to fee 100 people. In 2012 they fed 2012 of the less Cheap Jerseys fortunate and now in 2013 they are looking to up the ante once again.
The Wholesale NFL Jerseys Turkey Bowl committee comprises of David Banks, Ray Templin and Aaron Timmons (all of who are well seasoned Michigan area semi pro players and coaches) and they are looking to not only draw a big crowd, play an entertaining game, but to use that effort to help the city we all know and love.
The game will be held at East Point Memorial Park (home of the Michigan Gators). Kickoff is at 4PM. Members of the 2013 Great Lakes Football League Champion Detroit Seminoles, runner up Southeast Michigan Timber wolves, Detroit Ravens, Michigan Gators, Michigan Renegades, Flint Fury, Pontiac Storm, and others will all be playing in the game. It is the best collection of Michigan semi pro talent one will ever come across and the price of admission is just 5 Wholesale Jerseys canned goods.
East Point Memorial park is located at 25000 Flowers Ave. Come on out have a great time, see some great football and do help out some of those who need Cheap NFL Jerseys a little helping this Holiday season.