February 11th, 2008

JaredDuring the week before the Pro Bowl, there were lots of fun activities happening.

Ohana Day was day when both teams (AFC & NFC) hold open practices at Aloha stadium. We also invited 2500 local students to attend Ohana Day, including the top 3 Pro Bowl Play 60 contest classrooms. Kids from all the schools were brought down onto the field during the day for different activities and exercises. There were mascots, cheerleaders and local performers entertaining the crowds.

The Pro Bowl Football Festival was a great experience for fans. The festival was free to the public and featured free autographs, interactive games, non-stop entertainment, official souvenirs and fan contests. Saturday was Play 60 Day at the Pro Bowl Football Festival and it brought free youth activities, healthy lifestyle demonstrations and free youth football and cheerleading clinics.


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