Priest Holmes Giving Back to KC

Contact: Tasha Woods (816) 778.6510 yourvision1st@gmail.com

PRIEST HOLMES GAME DAY WATCH PARTY AT 810 ZONE LEAWOOD, KS CHEERING THE KC CHIEFS ON TO A 5-0 VICTORY

For Immediate Release, September 30, 2013 Kansas City, MO- Former Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro running back, Priest Holmes is still making plays for the area youth, Holmes is hosting a charity event Sunday, October 6, 2013 at the 810 Zone in Leawood, KS. The event will benefit the PHf (Priest Holmes Foundation) and community youth. Priest is inviting all Chiefs fans out to 810 Zone Leawood to cheer on the KC Chiefs take on the Tennessee Titans; kickoff time is 12 (Noon).

Priest founded PHf in 2005 with one mission in mind: To Encourage, Enhance and Empower the lives of youth. Priest is passionate about his foundation and the youth that will benefit from the foundations’ programs. The PHf Student Incentive Program recognizes students who meet and exceed the set requirements for attendance, effort, behavior and school performance. For more information about PHf visit www.priestholmesfoundation.org

For interviews or to learn more about the PHf Game Day Watch Party with Priest Holmes Event contact Tasha Woods at (816) 778-6510 or info@priestholmesfoundation.org

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