The Father & Kids Experience is a hands-on event providing inspirational bonding opportunities for dads and their kids. Dads and kids will spend the morning running football-themed drills equipping dads on how to be better fathers, while spending quality time interacting with their kids.
"All Pro Dad is grateful for the Titans who lead the charge for us in Nashville," said Tony Dungy, national spokesman for All Pro Dad. "Without the help of guys like Blaine and Chris, we couldn't do what we do to get the word out to dads on the importance of spending time and being present with their kids."
Registration opens Aug.3, 2010, online at www.AllProDad.com, and is only $15 per family, which includes admission for one adult and up to four children. The event is recommended for children ages five and older. Advanced registration is required and early registration is encouraged as the event is expected to sell out.
"We love seeing that this has become an annual outing for dads and kids," said Mark Merrill, founder and president of Family First. "Each year we bring new themes and insights into the program, so the format remains familiar, but the concepts are fresh for returning dads and kids."
The All Pro Dad Father & Kids Experience is sponsored by hhgregg and Academy Sports & Outdoors, along with media partners Comcast and 104-5 The Zone. For more information, please visit www.AllProDad.com.
The All Pro Dad Father & Kids Experience is the football-themed event of All Pro Dad, the fatherhood program of Family First, a national non-profit organization based in Tampa, Fla. Launched with the help of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy in 1997, All Pro Dad features almost 60 NFL players, coaches, and alumni who encourage men to be good fathers.
ABOUT FAMILY FIRST:
Family First is a national non-profit organization based in Tampa, Fla. Family First reaches thousands of parents each day through its three primary programs: All Pro Dad, www.AllProDad.com; iMOM, www.iMOM.com; and the Family Minute with Mark Merrill, www.FamilyMinute.com.