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(BLACK PR WIRE) SUPER BOWL XLIV ONE WORLD SUPER HUDDLE
WHO: Miami Dolphins long snaper JOHN DENNEY and tight end JOEY HAYNOS , local artist
CARLOS ALVES, choreographer LUIS SALGADO, ALBERTO RIVERON, NFL's first Hispanic referee
Fifth grade students from the following schools:
Chapel Trail Elementary, Park Springs Elementary, Royal Palm Elementary (Broward
County); Eugenia B. Thomas Elementary, Norland Elementary, Virginia Boone-Highland
Oaks Elementary (Miami-Dade County); Panther Run Elementary (Palm Beach County)
WHAT: South Florida area fifth graders will learn about the differences that make them unique and the similarities that bring them together as part of the NFL’s diversity program “One World: Connecting Communities, Cultures, and Classrooms.” Eight classes from varying ethnic and racial backgrounds who have been communicating with each other through pen-pal letters will meet for the first time. Together, they will create a multicultural art project with local artist CARLOS ALVES, cook healthy snacks, listen to the sounds of jazz and participate in a Latin dance activity led by LUIS SALGADO, the Latin Assistant Choreographer and ensemble cast member of the Tony Award winning musical, In The Heights. Students will also have the opportunity to learn more about their pen pals and interact with NFL players.
WHEN: Monday, Feb. 1 from 10:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
WHERE: Miami Children's Museum (980 MacArthur Causeway, Miami, Fla., 33132) Media
attending the One World Super Huddle should check in at the Museum’s front desk and
will be led to the event. Media can park in the Museum’s general parking lot.
CONTACT: Dana Gordon, 856-397-2917, email@example.com
Elizabeth Benz, 352-514-0550, Elizabethb@bzapr.com
GREATER MIAMI HABITAT FOR HUMANITY BUILD
WHAT: Throughout Super Bowl week, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami,
Broward and South Palm Beach Counties have planned projects to build homes
and communities in partnership with low-income families in need of a simple,
decent place to live.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami has will hold its 12th annual Blitz Build 2010, an
accelerated construction event where 2,000 people will complete ten homes over the
course of two weeks. The team will begin the build on Monday, Feb. 1 and continue
daily through Saturday, Feb. 13 (except for Sunday, Feb. 7).
WHEN: Monday, Feb. 1 from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
WHERE: Shrader's Haven (15372 SW 287 St., South Dade)
CONTACT: Michelle Marcos at 305-607-1949
STAY COOL IN SCHOOL
WHO: The following members of the Miami Dolphins will be participating: AKIN AYODELE,
DAVONE BESS, GREG CAMARILLO, VONTAE DAVIS, BRIAN HARTLINE and
KENDALL LANGFORD. Denver Bronco DE and former Miami Dolphin VONNIE
HOLLIDAY will also be in attendance. Players are subject to change.
WHAT: NFL PLAYERS will once again partner with this year’s Super Bowl host city to present
the Stay Cool in School program, an annual curriculum-based initiative impacting more
than 22,000 students in Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Now in its 15th year, Stay
Cool in School encourages fifth grade students to actively utilize language arts while
enhancing their creative writing skills.
Through Stay Cool in School, students submit essays on the topic of “My Winning
Moment” in which they describe a time when they experienced the thrill of victory
similar to that of their football heroes. Ten finalists were selected by Miami Dolphins
wide receiver GREG CAMARILLO, and each will receive the ultimate prize: a visit to
his or her classroom by NFL players. Winners and their classmates will also receive
Stay Cool in School t-shirts and gifts for their classroom.
The student with the highest essay score will be chosen from the top winners and
named the Grand Prize Touchdown Winner. The Touchdown Winner will be given the
opportunity to act as a student reporter for NFLPLAYERS.COM and Weekly Reader
and conduct exclusive interviews with NFL players at a Super Bowl week event. The
final article will be published on the NFLPLAYERS.COM and Weekly Reader websites.
Sponsored by licensed trading card companies Upper Deck, Panini and Topps, Stay
Cool in School is an initiative that allows NFL PLAYERS to give back to the Super Bowl
host community while highlighting its players as an integral part of the organization’s
WHEN: Monday, Feb. 1 at 9:15 a.m. and 10:25 a.m.
WHERE: Frank C. Martin International K-8 Center (14250 Boggs Drive, Miami FL 33176)
CONTACT: Lara Potter or Jilane Rodgers at 202-572-7500
SUPER CELEBRITY FISHING CLASSIC KICKOFF PARTY
WHAT: Hosted by the South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee, The Super Celebrity Fishing
Classic, to be held Feb. 3, will honor WILLIAM BLEAKLEY, MARQUIS COOPER,
COREY SMITH and NICK SCHUYLER; four friends and teammates all involved in last
February’s tragic boating accident. The Kickoff Party, also hosted by the South Florida
Super Bowl Host Committee, will include a captain’s meeting, final registration, silent &
live auctions and a video tribute. Tickets cost $150 each.
WHEN: Monday, Feb. 1 from 7:00-10:00 p.m.
WHERE: IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame (300 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach, Fla., 33004)
CONTACT: David Silverstein, South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee,
at 305-614-7553/ 305-803-1234 or firstname.lastname@example.org