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COMMUNITY RELATIONS UPDATE: FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012

Buccaneers in the Community

 

COMMUNITY RELATIONS UPDATE: APRIL 13, 2012

   

BUCCANEERS NOW ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS

FOR "MOTHER'S DAY MAKEOVERS"

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' third annual "Mother's Day Makeover" program is giving away a once-in-a-lifetime experience to 10 mothers from Central Florida in honor of Mother's Day. New for 2012, the Buccaneers are looking forward to helping military moms who go above and beyond.

 

The Buccaneers are searching for compelling stories of mothers who are currently U.S. military members, are mothers of U.S. military members, or are a spouse/partner of a U.S. military member and would benefit from a day of pampering and relaxation.

 

Following a selection process, the 10 mothers will meet at One Buccaneer Place, the team's state-of-the-art headquarters, and then go on a $500 shopping spree. After the spree, the mothers will be treated to lunch, a professional makeover at a salon, and a very special dinner at One Buccaneer Place along with family and friends.

 

For a full list of guidelines and to nominate a mother for the Buccaneers Mother's Day Makeover program, click here or visit the "Community" section of www.buccaneers.com.

 

Mother's Day makeover

The Buccaneers are searching for compelling stories of mothers with military ties for the annual "Mother's Day Makeover" program.

 

 

 

 

 

G CARL NICKS SELECTS FORMER HIGH SCHOOL

TO RECEIVE USA FOOTBALL GRANT

Tampa Bay Buccaneers G Carl Nicks and USA Football will team up to donate a $1,500 equipment grant to Nicks' former high school, North Salinas High School, in Salinas, California, after being selected to the 2011 USA Football All- Fundamentals Team last December.

 

Each year, USA Football honors 26 NFL players who employ proper technique for younger players to emulate. Each All-Fundamentals Team player is awarded a $1,500 equipment grant from USA Football to donate to the youth or high school program of his choice. As a result, Nicks selected his high school alma mater, North Salinas High.

 

In March, Nicks joined Tampa Bay after having spent his first four seasons with the New Orleans Saints, where he was a key factor in the team allowing just 83 sacks during that time, the third-fewest in the league, despite an NFL-high 2,503 passing attempts. The past two seasons, Nicks has been selected to the annual AFC-NFC Pro Bowl, while also being named AP All-Pro.

 

USA Football, the sport's national governing body in the United States, hosts more than 100 football training events annually offering education for coaches, skill development for players and resources for youth football league commissioners. The independent nonprofit is the official youth football development partner of the NFL, its players and each of the league's 32 teams. To view a film highlighting the USA Football All-Fundamentals Team, visit www.usafootball.com.

 

 


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