To kick off the 2020 Pro Bowl Week festivities on Tuesday, January 21, the NFL joined the City of Orlando and Orange County to revitalize the greenhouse and beautify the campus at Jones High School as part of the NFL’s Huddle for 100 initiative. The volunteer work kicked off at 10:00 AM ET with brief remarks from attendees, including NFL Executive Vice President of Events and Club Business Development Peter O’Reilly, City of Orlando District 5 Commissioner Regina Hill, Orange […]Read More
Central Florida is no stranger to annual passes, but the City Beautiful has never seen one quite like this. Just in time for the 2018-19 season, Florida Citrus Sports is unveiling the all-new Stadium Pass — an exclusive opportunity to see the best Camping World Stadium has to offer for one low price. For just $399 – nearly 20 percent off the cost of individual tickets – Stadium Pass holders will receive the same great lower bowl seat to six […]Read More
Following a successful first year in Orlando, the Pro Bowl will return to Camping World Stadium on Sunday, January 28 at 3:00 p.m. ET. The game will be televised live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes, and simulcast on ABC, marking the first time it will air on both broadcast and cable networks. It will also be streamed live on the ESPN app, and audio coverage will be available on Westwood One, SiriusXM NFL Radio, and on the TuneIn app. “Hosting […]Read More
On Tuesday afternoon, the NFL joined the City of Orlando, LIFT Orlando and Florida Citrus Sports at Lake Lorna Doone Park, unveiling plans to refurbish the park’s multi-purpose field through a Pro Bowl Community Grant. The field will be renamed the “NFL PLAY 60 Field,” and help create additional spaces for local youth to get active and PLAY 60. It is also the first public partnership in Florida Citrus Sports’ commitment to redevelop all of Lake Lorna Doone Park through […]Read More
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