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EverBank to host Pep Rally


EverBank will host the "Get Your Teal On" Pep Rallyat the south side of St. Johns Town Center (near Dick's Sporting Goods) this Friday, September 10th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The free rally will feature participation by three Jaguars players – 2010 first-round draft pick Tyson Alualu, defensive lineman Terrance Knighton and linebacker Kirk Morrison.

The event will also include competitions for the best-dressed Jaguars fans, members of the Jaguars' ROAR and the D-Line, temporary tattoo artists, tailgate games and snacks.

All Jaguars fans are invited to attend the Pep Rally.

In addition to Friday's Pep Rally, EverBank has been hosting a number of kickoff events including:

TEAL TICKETS HUNT on WAPE:Jaguars fans have had the opportunity to earn free tickets to the Jaguars' September 12 opener against the Denver Broncos, and other prizes such as gift cards and Jaguars-autographed merchandise, by participating in the EverBank Teal Ticket Hunt on WAPE-FM "Big Ape Morning Mess" show this week.

JAGUARS CROSSWALKS:On Friday morning and afternoon, a dozen high-traffic crosswalks in Jacksonville will be turned into EverBank Field-branded locations, where EverBank ambassadors will hand out mini footballs to the public. The crosswalks include one at the intersection of Riverside Avenue and Roselle Street outside EverBank's corporate headquarters and one at Independent Drive and Hogan Street near the Jacksonville Landing.

EVERBANK FIELD LOGO INTRODUCTION:On Sunday, September 12, at the Jaguars' season opener, the Jaguars will introduce the EverBank Field logo to fans during pregame activities. The same day, fans will see the first EverBank Field signs installed since EverBank and the Jaguars announced a multi-year strategic partnership that includes the naming rights to EverBank Field.

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