City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Buccaneers Chief Marketing Officer Brian Killingsworth,& Youth Development Representatives to Announce New Bucs InitiativeOn Wednesday, November 11 at 2:00 p.m., the Tampa Bay Buccaneers – in collaboration with the City of Orlando Recreation Department – will announce the launch of JUNIOR BUCS, a football development program designed to connect Orlando-area youth flag football leagues with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, along with City of Orlando Recreation Director Rodney Williams, local recreation center managers, and youth league coaches and participants, will welcome Buccaneers representatives to the Orlando Citrus Bowl for this special announcement, which will include Buccaneers Chief Marketing Officer Brian Killingsworth, Football Development Managers Darrell Taylor and Chis Leak, Buccaneers Cheerleaders and Captain Fear.
Brian Killingsworth, Buccaneers Chief Marketing Officer
Darrell Taylor and Chris Leak – Tampa Bay Buccaneers Football Development
Buccaneers Cheerleaders and Captain Fear
Mayor Buddy Dyer, City of Orlando
Rodney Williams, City of Orlando Recreation Director
City of Orlando Recreation Center Managers and Youth League Coaches
Local youth football participants
Orlando Citrus Bowl – East Club (Enter through Gate C)
1 Citrus Bowl Place
Orlando, FL 32805
*Parking in Lot 10 off of S. Rio Grande Avenue
Wednesday, November 11
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
NOTE: MEDIA SHOULD RSVP TO DARRELL TAYLOR AT DTAYLOR@BUCCANEERS.NFL.COM.
ABOUT JUNIOR BUCS
Scheduled to begin in spring 2016, Junior Bucs will provide currently-existing boys, girls, and co-ed youth flag football leagues, as well as groups interested in forming or joining an official youth flag league, with resources to improve the quality of play while reinforcing important lessons of the game. All leagues and participating teams will be provided with official Junior Bucs reversible jerseys, commemorative certificates of achievement, and two complimentary tickets to a 2016 preseason Buccaneers game at Raymond James Stadium. In addition, coaches will receive NFL Flag rulebooks and coaches handbooks, which will provide a helpful guide for emphasizing a code of conduct, sportsmanship, fitness and conditioning, health and nutrition tips, fundamentals, practice plans, and more.
Additional benefits will include potential opportunities to be recognized during home games at Raymond James Stadium, opportunities to play at One Buccaneer Place – the training facility of the Buccaneers – invitations to special events throughout the year, discounted Buccaneers tickets for Junior Bucs players’ family and friends, and recognition as an NFL Flag league in conjunction with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Junior Bucs is supported by NFL Flag, USA Football, and NFL PLAY 60.