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Jaguars join Touchdown Jacksonville for Team Teal Kickoff Rally 2011

WHO: Jaguars Chairman and CEO Wayne Weaver; Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio;  Team Teal Commissioner Tony Boselli; Touchdown Jacksonville founder Carl Cannon.

WHAT: Team Teal/Touchdown Jacksonville Kickoff Rally 2011 – "Keep the Pride Alive"

WHERE:    South End Zone, EverBank Field

WHEN: Friday, February 11 at 6:00 p.m.

WHY: Re-launch Team Teal 2011 effort and Keep the Pride Alive campaign

Through the efforts of Touchdown Jacksonville and Team Teal, the Jaguars set an NFL record for single-season new season ticket sales for an established NFL franchise with over 17,000 new season tickets sold for the 2010 season. The incredible community-based effort to "Revive the Pride" in Jacksonville resulted in all Jaguars home games being broadcast on TV locally in 2010.

While the achievements of the 2010 "Revive the Pride" campaign were extraordinary, the challenge to ensure the long-term viability of Jacksonville as a NFL city continues.

Jaguars Chairman and CEO Wayne Weaver and Head Coach Jack Del Rio will join Team Teal Commissioner Tony Boselli and Touchdown Jacksonville's Carl Cannon to kick off the 2011 Touchdown Jacksonville and Team Teal campaign to "Keep the Pride Alive."

The event will be open to the public as Team Teal continues to recruit members for the 2011 season. A number of special prize drawings will take place during the launch including a chance for those attending to win 2011 season tickets and upgrades to the Touchdown Club at EverBank Field. Special reduced-price concessions will also be available in the Bud Zone at the launch event.

You are invited to attend this important event to hear plans for Team Teal and Touchdown Jacksonville as they begin their efforts to fill EverBank Field for the Jaguars 2011 NFL season. 

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