NORTHBROOK, IL, January 31, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Please join Kyle Turley Band as they welcome the last show of the Gridiron Tailgate Tour with the Kyle Turley Band. Turley will be celebrating a mega-successful tour and the release of his acclaimed album, Death, Drugs, and the DoubleCross. In honor of those who have given so much for the game, the Kyle Turley Band's last tour stop will be the night before the Super Bowl at the 8 Seconds Saloon. - 111 North Lynhurst, Indianapolis. Turley has worked tirelessly with Gridiron Greats throughout the season to make this one night their biggest of the year.
"Kyle truly is one of the finest people we know, and his passion for the GGAF mission and for the men who paved the way is very evident in his actions," said Shannon Jordan, President of Gridiron Greats. "Kyle has given back so much to retired players and the Gridiron Greats on a daily basis and we are thankful to have him on our team. We are encouraging all fans to come support Kyle's concert Saturday night in Indy."
There's no better way to pre-game the Super Bowl than to help Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund and the NFL Hall of Fame Enshrinees Assistance Fund to help these former players in dire need. Gridiron Greats is holding a special online auction all this week for three Super Bowl VIP packages at www.gridirongreatsauction.org
. There will also be prizes at the show as well as many NFL stars planned as special guests for the evening.
We hope to see you there:
Saturday, Feb. 4
8 Seconds Saloon
111 North Lynhurst
About Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund
The Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund (GGAF) is a non-stock, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing financial grants and 'pro bono' medical assistance to retired NFL players in dire need. The organization focuses on the humanitarian side of post-football related issues, which include coordination of social services to retired players who are in need due to a variety of reasons including inadequate disability and/or pensions.
The GGAF's mission is to assist dire need retired NFL players who were pioneers of the game and who have greatly contributed to the NFL's status as the most popular sport in America. GGAF provides hands-on assistance to help retired players and their families deal with hardships they face after football. The services include medical assistance, transportation costs for medical evaluations and surgeries, housing assistance, financial assistance for utilities, medication, and coordination of services for food, automotive payments and childcare.