Major League Football Announces "Pro Day" Tryout Camps
Lakewood Ranch, FL , October 12, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Major League Football is a new, professional spring-football league scheduled to kick off in 2016, today announced the league's inaugural "Pro Day" tryout camps. MLFB's tryout camps will be held throughout October and November in 14 cities.
"We are very excited to initiate our tryout camps," Wes Chandler, President of Major League Football. "Over the past six months, we have received a steady flow of player, coaching and staff interest from 100's of people eager to play in our league, coach and train our players and be a part of the organizations we intend to staff in each our of inaugural eight-city, Spring 2016 launch. I know I speak for the entire management team when I say we are confident the level of talent and play we expect on the field will be very high. Most importantly, we will begin our inaugural training camp in Mid-February and will conclude our first season the end of June thus allowing MLFB players, if they choose, to still sign with NFL teams before training camps begins. We are a player focused league and we believe there is ample talent to provide professional football year around for fans."
The schedule of tryout camps, cities and contact information is listed in the link below:
Schedule of tryout camps and cities
If you have additional questions about our tryouts or eligibility for your clients, you can either call us at 941-536-0000 or reach one our MLFB Contacts listed below. We look forward to getting the opportunity to evaluate your clients in the near future.
6230 University Parkway - #301
Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202
MLFB Pro Day Tryout Camp Contacts:
Dean Dalton, SVP-Football Operations
John Davis, Director of MLFB Camps
For further information about Major League Football, and our vision to deliver Spring Football in 2016, you can learn more about our league at www.mlfb.com.
MLFB Background, Mission and Vision
Major League Football (MLFB), is publicly-traded company, founded upon a single entity league structure. MLFB has developed over seven years of planning by former NFL general managers, coaches, players, personnel and executives to bring professional football to the public during the spring and early summer of 2016.
The company's mission is to create a dynamic league where talented athletes, who still have a desire to play professional football, can showcase their talent and help fulfill their professional football dreams. Major League Football has established two distinct features in its approach; which sets it apart from other professional sports leagues. MLFB's vision is:
- A spring football season allows MLFB and the NFL to engage a non-adversarial relationship – which could open up opportunities to operate in a complementary manner.
- The spring season is typically a down period for football fans, and MLFB plans to fill this glaring void with exciting and additional football content and fan experience.
- Major League Football will be delivering a professional football team to cities that currently have no professional football organizations.
At its very core, MLFB will strive to be a conduit for players with unrealized abilities. To facilitate those football dreams, we have employed experienced NFL and college coaches that will refine and showcase untapped football talent; while at the same time, develop future life skills for community-centric programs in each of our football markets.
For additional information on MLFB's nationally accessible ticket database and our sponsorship opportunities, go to http://mlfb.fanfurnace.com or call 855-MLFB-TIX (855-653-2849) to sign-up for your tickets now.
For more information about Major League Football, please visit http://www.mlfb.com
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