TONIGHT! Bucs And NFL Alumni Versus Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team At Plant High School

May 21st, 2014

A fantastic charity event will be held this evening at Plant High School, 2415 South Himes Ave., Tampa.

Dozens of ex-NFL players, including Mike Alstott, Earnest Graham, Jack Youngblood and many former Bucs, will play in a “Tribute to Heroes” flag football game versus the undefeated Wounded Warrior Amputee football team.

Tickets are $10 for adults. Kids 9-17 are $5. Children 8 years old and younger are free. The first 1,000 military members get in free.

The Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team is made up of dedicated former and active service members who lost a limb or limbs in combats tours in Iraq, Afghanistan & Vietnam.  These guys and gals (yes, there are two women on the team) are incredibly athletic and their record over the last year is 6-0.

Buy tickets now and get more information at http://www.wwaft.org, or you can purchase at the game. Gates open at 6 p.m.

Joe would like to issue a special thanks to Joe’s friends at Ed Morse Cadillac Tampa for being a major sponsor of this wonderful charity event. Here’s a Tampa Bay Times story about the game and the cause.

One Response to “TONIGHT! Bucs And NFL Alumni Versus Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team At Plant High School”

  1. rayjay1122 Says:

    As a Veteran myself, I salute the Bucs and NFL for their support of wounded warriors and active duty members. It is truly a selfless act to voluntarily serve your country. “Some gave all and all gave some”. R.I.P Pat Tillman. Thanks for giving up an NFL career and your life for our freedom brother!!!

 
 

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