Miami Dolphins Dade vs. Broward All-Star Football Game Presented by
Under Armour to take place at
MIAMI, FL – The second annual Miami Dolphins Dade vs. Broward All-Star Football Game presented by Under Armour and hosted by the Greater Miami Athletic Conference (GMAC) and the Broward County Athletic Association (BCAA) will be held at Sun Life Stadium located at 347 Don Shula dr., Miami Gardens Fl 33056 on Friday, January 13th at 7:00pm. The game will feature stand-out student athletes from Miami-Dade and Broward counties. Proceeds from the game will be distributed between both counties to help support the funding of their football athletic programs. Admission to the game will be $12. Advanced ticket sales are available through your local high school in Dade and Broward County. The game is endorsed by the Broward and Dade County School Boards, as well as the Miami Dolphins.
“This game is about two things, helping athletes showcase their talents to have an opportunity to get to college and raise dollars for the BCAA and the GMAC to ensure schools have the resources they need to compete equally, “ said Twan Russell, Director of Youth Programs for the Miami Dolphins. “One hundred percent of the dollars will benefit the counties directly which is a great boost for the community and in line with the organization’s efforts to make a positive impact with youth programs in South Florida.”
“They [athletes] are not playing against their local high school teams – they are playing against the best,” said Broward coach Don Simon, “they will be able to be seen playing on a highly competitive level”
Don Simon added, “A game like this not only will showcase those kids but it will help us [Dade and Broward County Athletics] financially, we need people to come out and watch it, and it should be a great one”
Under Armour is the title sponsor of the Dade vs. Broward All- Star Game and will supply both teams with uniforms for the game.
“Under Armour’s commitment to high school football is an integral part of our mission, said Leon Duncan, Under Armour’s director of Retail Media. “South Florida is one of the most important football environments in the United States. We want to do our part to make sure athletes have the ability to compete and they have the resources needed to do so at a high level.”
The counties will battle for the bragging rights for a year and the coveted Superintendants trophy. The annual game will be host at Sun Life Stadium.
“This game is an extension of the commitment we have to our student athletes, giving them opportunities to showcase their talents to colleges,” said Damian Huttenhoff, Director of Activities and Athletics for the BCAA. “We pride ourselves in helping all athletes reach their maximum potential.”
“We are excited about making this an annual event,” added Cheryl A. Golden, Instructional Supervisor for the GMAC. “We feel anytime you can positively impact our communities by raising dollars for sports and giving kids opportunities to better themselves is the right thing to do.”
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