The Alabama Renegades, Huntsville's full-contact women's football team, teamed with Girls, Inc. last week to participate in National Girl's and Women in Sports Day as well as Family Fun Night to encourage girls to stay active and empowered.
Renegade players Char Cyr, Kelly Hardy, Kira Hardy, Sherry Pruett, Dana Sanders, Carson Wakefield, and marketing director Jamie Flynt all participated in helping girls, young ladies, and their mother's in some fun football drills.
"We always enjoy visiting with Girls, Inc. It is a wonderful program to encourage young women to be proud to be strong. They are always eager to hit the tackling dummies and to learn more about football," said Flynt.
The ladies of the gridiron welcome members of Girls, Inc. as their official guests for the final home game of the Alabama Renegades season. The final home game will be played at Alabama A&M on June 14 against the Kentucky Karma. Kickoff is at 7pm. Members of Girls, Inc. will help with sideline duties for the Renegades as well as be honored at half-time.
Girls Incorporated is a national nonprofit youth organization dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. With roots dating to 1864, Girls Inc. has provided vital educational programs to millions of American girls, particularly those in high-risk, underserved areas. Today, innovative programs help girls confront subtle societal messages about their value and potential, and prepare them to lead successful, independent, and fulfilling lives.
LONE STAR MUSTANGS ANNOUNCES TEAM LOGO!
Fort. Worth, TX-The Lone Star Mustangs Team announces the completion of their logo. Its elements stem from heritage and definition. The Lone Star is symbolic of Texas as a whole. It represents the importance of the community and the pride the team has in its supporters and fans. The mustang is a semi-wild horse. Its wildness promotes creativity, inspiration, and determination. The mustang can also train and develop significant skills. These attributes make the mustang an excellent representative for the team's ability to work together and create a cohesive group.
We would like to thank the community for their gracious support. We are receiving a great welcome from teams in the NWFA league and various members of the women's football industry. We look forward to our inaugural season and hope to help in the growth of women's football. Due to popular demand, the Lone Star Mustangs also announces the development of the team's Myspace page at www.myspace.com/lonestarmustangs. This page contains great videos and coverage of women's football. Please feel free to visit our website at www.lonestarmustangs.com or contact the Lone Star Mustangs with any comments or questions at 972-513-6233.
JACKSONVILLE DIXIE BLUES
Nashville, TN-The NWFA is pleased to announce that the Jacksonville Dixie Blues has signed an agreement to play in the league in 2009. The team is owned by Head Coach Donnie Braddock who has been with the Blues since its inception seven years ago.
Braddock is a native and long time resident of Callahan, FL. His wife, Renee, is a veteran linebacker for the Dixie Blues. "We are really looking forward to having this experienced team in our league and know they will be a great addition to us," states league CEO, Catherine Masters.
The Dixie Blues will not be in the schedule until 2009 but will be playing a number of exhibition games against existing NWFA teams.
For information on the Dixie Blues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
VENTURA BLACK WIDOWS JOIN NWFA!!
Nashville, TN-The National Women's Football Association has awarded a team license in the California coastal town of Ventura. The team will be an exhibition squad this year and officially playing a full schedule in 2009.
Ahmad Newton is the owner of the Black Widows. "I wanted to own a women's football team because it seemed new and exciting. I am always looking for something new to try," states Newton. "I checked numerous women's leagues before deciding the NWFA was the Best fit for me and what I am trying to accomplish. I am a first time owner with no prior experience and feel the NWFA has the best plan for what I am trying to accomplish," adds Newton.
Tryouts for the Black Widows will be announced soon. For more info please contact email@example.com.
NWFA GAMES TO BE SEEN ON
WOMEN'S SPORTS TELEVISION!
The NWFA has inked a deal with Suncastv.com to broadcast games from the 2008 season.
Please check our website during the season to see who's playing on WSTV!
NWFA INKS DEAL WITH CHARTERS 365
The National Women's Football Association has announced the signing of a partnership deal with Charter 365. Charter 365 offers transportation services and will be providing busses and other vehicles to NWFA teams for the 2008 season. The NWFA has more than 40 teams from coast to coast and most teams travel by bus to their away games. This year, with the cost of fuel rising, a partnership like this makes a lot of sense. "We are very pleased to be working with Charter 365. With the increasing costs of gas and travel, we are hoping this new partnership will help our teams save a substantial amount of money on their in season travel," states league CEO, Catherine Masters. Arturo (Art) Gonzalez-Navar of Charter 365 will be in charge of all NWFA transportation needs.
NWFA PARTNERS WITH DISPLAYABILITY FOR LEAGUE AND TEAM DISCOUNTS
The National Women’s Football League is pleased to announce a new partnership with Displayability Banners and Signs that will provide access to a wide variety of banner, sign and display products. Due to this new partnership, the NWFL has secured discounted pricing for these products, and is making those prices available to all NWFL teams. These discounts are available on vinyl banners, mesh outdoor banners, low-glare media backdrops, Spirit Run-Through banners, window graphics, event or field signage, flags, bumper stickers and decals, and field stencils. All products include professional design, unlimited color, quick turnaround, as well as the discounted prices. For information on Displayability please call 816.630.5550 or email Tom Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.