The Senior Bowl's "Girls of Fall" is a unique event focusing on female football fans, featuring all things football, fashion and fun!
Sessions will include rules of the game, tailgating and party tips complete with cocktails and food samples, inside talk with football experts and a fashion show with all the latest gameday style trends for the whole family.
The event kicks off at 6:30pm, Thursday, August 22nd at the Mobile Convention Center. Doors open at 6.
Rules of the Game - An official referee will review all aspects of officiating. From playing field dimensions and basic rules to the specifics of game day administration, this breakout session will give an informative and
behind-the-scenes look at what happens on the field.
Inside X's and O's - Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage will give instruction relating to offensive formations and defensive structures through the use of diagrams and coaching video tape. From the spread offense to the dime defense, all aspects of football terminology will be covered here.
Tailgating Tips - Panini Pete will provide ideas on how to throw an all-American party! Whether outside the stadium for a tailgate bash or for a game watching party in the comfort of your home, Pete will provide tips and menus that will make your party the envy of all others!
Football Fashion Show - The Girls of Fall Fashion Show
promises to be a New York style runway presentation, featuring trends and runway fashion for Fall 2013. The
show will highlight looks that are perfect for everything from high school football games to a pre-game party in The Quad before another big Iron Bowl. The show will also incorporate some of the season’s most favorable trends, colors and styles. Don’t miss out on an exclusive preview of what some of the finest retailers have to offer!
Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance by calling the Senior Bowl at 251-438-2276. There is also a wealth of information on www.seniorbowl.com.
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