Exchange, Procter & Gamble Help Military Kids Connect with Football Pros on Facebook Live

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Football camp may be out of the question this summer, but military kids can still get some training in thanks to the Army & Air Force Exchange Service, Procter & Gamble and six real-life football stars.

DALLAS – Football camp may be out of the question this summer, but military kids can still get some training in thanks to the Army & Air Force Exchange Service, Procter & Gamble and six real-life football stars.

Between July 1 and 20, six Facebook Live ProCamps featuring professional football players will be held at www.facebook.com/ProCamps (all times Eastern):

  • July 1 (7 p.m.) – Todd Gurley, Atlanta Falcons
  • July 8 (11 a.m.) – Jaylon Smith, Dallas Cowboys
  • July 13 (9 a.m.) – Andre Roberts, Buffalo Bills
  • July 15 (9 a.m.) – Latavius Murray, New Orleans Saints
  • July 18 (10 a.m.) – Malcolm Perry, Miami Dolphins
  • July 20 (10 a.m.) – Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota Vikings

During each 90-minute session, the player will go through four different drills, which kids can practice along with from home with little or no equipment. Viewers can also submit questions during the session for a chance to get an on-air answer from the athlete.

“As military families continue to practice social distancing during the pandemic, it’s important to make sure kids stay physically active,” said Chief Master Sgt. Luis Reyes, the Exchange’s Senior Enlisted Advisor. “This is a great way for kids to not only get some exercise but make star-studded memories that will last a lifetime.”

Each event will also feature pre-selected videos of military kids from six installations doing a real NFL training drill and asking the athlete a question. Videos from Okinawa, Japan; Ramstein Air Base, Germany; Fort Sill, Okla.; Barksdale Air Force Base, La.; Fort Riley, Kan.; and Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. will be featured.

Facebook-friendly version: The Army & Air Force Exchange Service and Procter & Gamble are partnering to connect military kids with real-life football stars through Facebook Live this summer. Read more: https://wp.me/p9Q7PG-1p1.

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