Thanksgiving, Cowboys, and Frisco?

 November 13, 2012

In Texas we like our football.  Thanksgiving dinners are usually planned around the Cowboys game.  We all gather as families to watch the game even when the Cowboys are not playing their best football.  They are America’s team and we love them.  So what does Frisco have to do with the Cowboys?  Frisco has a chance to be represented this year during the Kenny Chesney half time show of the Cowboys game.   The Frisco Football League 7U Gators entered a video into the Kenny Chesney “Boys of Fall” Salvation Army contest.  Out of 200 videos their video was one of the top 10 videos selected to be voted on as the Best of the Best.  Please take a moment and vote for our very own 7U Gators at the link below.

Click Here to Vote!!!
[youtube]http://youtu.be/5FhinBSV5c8[/youtube]

They are the 5th video.  Once you click beside the name you must scroll down to the bottom and hit “vote”.  Voting ends on Friday November 16th.

This is exciting for Frisco, the FFL, and these boys that worked hard all season and won their division this year. Thanks for voting!

For more information contact:
Dana Cheney
Gator Team Mom/Manager
dana@jeffcheney.com
214-704-6963

The Gator Team was established in 2010 with Head Coach Paul Deal.  The team consist of 7 additional coaches and 18 players.

The Frisco Football League is a Non-Profit Organization.

The Frisco Football League was established in 1998 with the motto “YOUTH FIRST, SPORT SECOND.” The Frisco Football League is an instructional league where all children participate.

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