Rodney’s 2nd Annual Halloween Bash
Join Super Bowl Champion, Philadelphia Eagles Safety Rodney Mcleod for his 2nd Annual Halloween Event benefiting the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). Let’s Tackle 23k for Cancer Research Together!
Open bar, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, and more!
Lucky Strike Philadelphia
1336 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19107
VIP: $100 includes 30-minute early arrival
to mix and mingle with players including photos,
signatures & gifting.
VIP Platinum: $1000 Includes private lane plus signed
SB team football or jersey *Based on availability
TIME TO GET CREATIVE
Prizes for best costume!
As an ambassador for the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Foundation, Philadelphia Eagles safety Rodney McLeod has announced “Race to $23K for Cancer Research,” a fundraiser to support lifesaving cancer research at the AACR. For every interception, forced fumble, sack, or tackle for a loss this season, McLeod will donate $1,000 to the AACR Foundation in support of pancreatic cancer research, with the goal of raising $23,000.
McLeod is encouraging his fans to join him in the fight against cancer through several initiatives he is spearheading in addition to his Annual Halloween Event.
ESPN Ultimate Birds Fan Experience contest brought to you by 97.5 The Fanatic
Enter for a chance to meet Rodney McLeod when you make a donation through Rodney’s campaign. Provided by 97.5 The Fanatic, fans can enter to win:
o Two tickets to the Monday, December 3, game against Washington
o Field passes
o Tour of ESPN film truck
Contest runs through November 18, 2018. Donations are not required to be entered in the contest.
Signature Rodney McLeod “Stay Fly” T-shirt
Fans can purchase Rodney McLeod’s signature “Stay Fly” T-shirt with 100 percent of proceeds to benefit the AACR.
“I’m not only asking my teammates to join me, but I’m asking fans to donate whatever is in their heart to help us reach this goal and make the lives of others better.”
“Rodney McLeod has been an inspiring ambassador to our organization, and we’re so grateful for his support,” said Mitch Stoller, Executive Director, AACR Foundation. “To see an athlete like him champion a cause off the field, he is really making a difference not just in the community, but for cancer patients around the world.”
Headquartered in Philadelphia, the AACR is the world’s first and largest organization dedicated to preventing and curing all cancers through research, education, communication, collaboration, advocacy, and cancer research funding. Eighty-eight cents of every dollar donated to the AACR is dedicated to lifesaving cancer research.