409.763.5326

Mike Evans Football Camp

June 24, 2017 | Galveston, TX

Registration Now Open!

To register, please download and send the completed registration form to Gina Spagnola at Gspagnola@galvestonchamber.com

Mike Evans, Wide Receiver of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has partnered with Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce to host his 2nd Annual Youth Summer Football Camp in his hometown of Galveston, Texas. The camp, designed for children ages 8-14, will take place Saturday, June 24th , 2017 at Ball High School from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00p.m, and is limited to 200 campers.

“I am extremely honored to host my Youth Summer Football Camp in my hometown of Galveston! I would not be able to impact the community on this level of magnitude without the support of Gina Spagnola and the Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce,” says Evans.

Our goal for the camp is to make a positive impact within the community of Galveston. The Mike Evans Youth Summer Football Camp is designed to encourage and empower young kids while teaching them excellent football skills, techniques, and the importance of team work & education. We aim to create friendships and foster an environment where kids can be kids again.

“I believe that our youth is an extremely important part of our society. This is my opportunity to impact, interact, & empower our youth in the community,” Evans expresses.

This year’s camp will feature the following NFL Football Players: Derel Walker (Tampa Bay Buccaneers/Texas A&M), Davonta Burns (Texas A&M), & Travis Labhart (TexasA&M), Additional NFL players TBA.

The camp will also feature special remarks from James Yarbrough, Mayor of Galveston.

To register, please download and send the completed registration form to Gina Spagnola at Gspagnola@galvestonchamber.com

Mark your calendars!

For additional questions and press inquiries, please contact:
Nakia Clarke (Publicist)
ProWorthy Global
Cell: (404) 232-0555
Email: nakia@proworthyglobal.com
Website: www.proworthyglobal.com

Sponsorship Opportunities:

Partnering with the Mike Evans Summer Football Camp will provide you with a great marketing outlet. His camp will attract over 400 ​people (campers, parents, & community leaders/members) to common area to support and participate in this wonderful event. Attendees of this camp are given the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and expertise in the game of football, while interacting with some of the greatest NFL players across the country. We see theses sponsorships as effective, enjoyable, and overall a productive experience.

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Sponsorship Levels

Vendor Table Opportunities:

Partnership Price – $250.00
Includes:

  • Marketing brand materials and collateral exposure to over 400 campers and parents in the community
  • Onsite interaction with Mike Evans & NFL players
  • 1 company banner present during event
  • Decorators
  • Great opportunity to promote company brand to business leaders in the community

Download Vendor Sheet

For more information about vendor opportunities and to sign up, please contact Gina Spagnola at (409) 789-5906 or Nakia Clarke at (404) 232-0555
Checks made payable to:
ProWorthy Global, LLC
35 Chinaberry Lane
Dallas, GA 30132

Volunteers Needed!

It’s that time of the year again and, with over 200 children expected to attend this year’s camp on June 24, 2017, we need your help!

Potential Volunteer Areas:

  • Raffle Setup
  • Registration
  • Youth Organizer
  • Decorators
  • Setup Crew
  • Social Media
  • Escorts
  • Concessions/Lunch
  • Goodie Bags

Volunteer Benefits:

  • Free Meal
  • Free T-shirt
  • Interact with NFL Players
  • Support Community Youth Campers
  • A Rewarding Experience!

For more information about volunteer opportunities and to sign up, please email erica@proworthyglobal.com or nakia@proworthyglobal.com.

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