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PHOENIX –October 14, 2016 -- Arizona Cardinals’ head coach Bruce Arians will wear a special one-of-a-kind pink New Era BA signature cap when the Cardinals take on the New York Jets on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football”, Monday at 5:30 pm PST. The game-worn, autographed hat will be auctioned off following the game and all proceeds will go to charity.
The auction package starts at $600 and is currently available to bid on by visiting: http://arians.cbuauctions.com/ Included in the package will be two tickets to a future Arizona Cardinals home game, a special meet-and-greet for two people with head coach Bruce Arians at a Cardinals team practice and the game-worn special edition signed hat.
Tickets to the Cardinals’ game will be mutually agreed upon, while the Cardinals’ practice date will be selected by Coach Arians.
For more information on the Arians Family Foundation, visit www.ariansfamilyfoundation.com
About Arians Family Foundation
The Arians Family Foundation (AFF) was created in 2013 by Bruce and Christine Arians for reasons dear to their hearts. Christine worked for years as a family-law attorney, or as she describes, a “broken-family” attorney. She began working with CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) to help ensure that children who are involved in the Court system, as a result of abuse or neglect by their families, receive the help they need. The Arians Family Foundation seeks to continue helping others in their life journeys. AFF embodies the vision of a better future for children to live in where they feel safe and loved.The Arians Family Foundation motto is “A Voice For Children” by supporting and developing programs which strives to prevent and ameliorate the abuse and neglect of children. The Arians Family Foundation supports CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) in making sure that children who are involved in the Court system, as a result of abuse or neglect by their families, receive the love and help they need.
For more information, please contact:
Arians Family Foundation
Phone (310) 872-6088