Eagles Countdown to Kickoff Party at XFinity Live! and 50/50 Raffles at Home Games | Eagles Addict

Just passing along some information courtesy of Philadelphia Eagles press release.  Hey, who doesn’t like beer, football, cheerleaders and 50/50 raffles?

Eagles, Miller Lite to Host Annual Countdown to Kickoff at XFINITY Live! on Thursday, September 4

Festivities will also include the unveiling of the 2015 Eagles Cheerleaders swimsuit calendar

 

 In anticipation of the 2014 NFL season, the Eagles and Miller Lite will be hosting the Annual Countdown to Kickoff at XFINITY Live! on Thursday, September 4th at 5 pm. There will be guest appearances by Eagles players, cheerleaders and SWOOP, Taking Back Sunday will be performing on stage, SportsRadio 94WIP will be broadcasting live on-site and prizes will be given away.

 

Additionally, the Eagles Cheerleaders will unveil their popular swimsuit calendar to the public for the first time. To celebrate the unveiling, the cheerleaders will model their eco-friendly swimsuits during a fashion show and will also sign autographs. The 2015 swimsuit calendar will be available for purchase on-site.

 

For more information on the Countdown to Kickoff and the Eagles Cheerleaders, please visit www.PhiladelphiaEagles.com. For more information on Taking Back Sunday, visitwww.TakingBackSunday.com.

 

Agenda:

5:00 pm – Countdown to Kickoff start time

6:00-8:00 pm – 94WIP’s Josh Innes will be broadcasting live

6:30-7:30 pm – 2015 Eagles Cheerleaders swimsuit calendar unveiling and swimsuit fashion show

7:30-8:30 pm – Eagles Cheerleaders to sign autographs

8:30 pm – Packers vs. Seahawks kickoff

8:40-9:00 pm – Eagles players to address the crowd

9:00-10:15 pm – Taking Back Sunday performs

 

When & Where:

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Event start time at 5:00 pm

XFINITY Live! (1100 Pattison Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148)

 

Eagles Youth Partnership to Introduce a 50/50 Raffle at Eagles Home Games

The jackpot from each raffle will be split evenly between the winning ticket buyer and Eagles Youth Partnership 501(c)(3)

 

Through the Eagles Youth Partnership 50/50 Raffle, one lucky fan will walk away a winner after every Eagles home game this season. Fans can purchase tickets for a 50/50 drawing at Lincoln Financial Field for a chance to win half of the jackpot. The other half will support vital health and education programs of Eagles Youth Partnership (EYP).

 

“We are excited about introducing the 50/50 raffle this season,” said Eagles Youth Partnership Executive Director Sarah Martinez-Helfman. “Not only will it provide one lucky fan with a substantial prize each game, but it will also help to improve the lives of 50,000 children in our region through Eagles Youth Partnership’s health and education programs.”

 

Raffle tickets can be purchased by any fan aged 18 or older from any of the kiosks or roving sellers located throughout the stadium. Ticket sales will begin when gates open and conclude at the start of the fourth quarter. All sales are cash only.

 

Fans will be able to view the jackpot on the closed captioning boards to the right of the North and South end video boards, all 50/50 raffle kiosks, the HeadHouse Plaza video board and on concourse and club suite televisions. The winning ticket will be announced in the middle of the fourth quarter.

 

For more information on the 50/50 raffle and Eagles Youth Partnership, please visitwww.PhiladelphiaEagles.com/eyp5050.

 

About Eagles Youth Partnership

Eagles Youth Partnership (EYP) was founded in 1995 as a 501(c)(3) public charity. EYP serves over 50,000 disadvantaged children in the Greater Philadelphia region every year with a focus on health and education programming. EYP takes its services directly to kids at their schools and in their neighborhoods. Our signature mobile programs – the Eagles Eye Mobile and Eagles Book Mobile – leverage the celebrity and excitement of the Eagles football team, enabling us to capture the attention of some of the hardest to reach children. Additionally, EYP produces an extensive annual playground build, which brings spectacular new murals, mosaics, landscaping and even a mini Eagles practice field to area schools. The organization also partners with other local non-profits for a variety of vital youth programs.


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