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All Pro Dad coming soon

We are proud to announce the beginning of Clay County All Pro Dads.  This group will have it's first meeting at Chick-fil-A in Fleming Island on Saturday, November 10 at 7am.

What is All Pro Dad?

Here's info from their website (

All Pro Dad is Family First's innovative program helping men to be better fathers. All Pro Dad's 43 NFL spokesmen, multiple NFL seminars, 550 All Pro Dad's Days, and Play of the Day daily emails that reach almost 31,000 fathers each day, all inspire and equip fathers to be actively involved in their children's lives. And every month, over 90,000 fathers log onto to benefit from insightful fatherhood resources.

The monthly breakfast is described here:

All Pro Dad's Day is a one-hour monthly breakfast held before school or on a Saturday where fathers and their children meet with other dads and kids at school or a local restaurant. At this gathering they discuss a wide range of family topics, spend time together and are equipped with resources to strengthen their relationship.  All the materials provided for your All Pro Dad's Day are FREE OF CHARGE and include:

  • A DVD Speaker Library
  • Father/Child Discussion Cards
  • T-shirts and Hats
  • Brochures and Flyers
  • Your Own Webpage
  • Door Prizes
  • Personalized Customer Service

We'll also be going to the NFL Father & Kids Experience at the Jaguars stadium on November 17.

Since 2002, the All Pro Dad Father & Kids Experience has been held 16 times in eight different NFL markets (Indianapolis, Tampa, Miami, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Green Bay, Kansas City and Jacksonville).  In 2007, we plan to bring the event to 12 NFL markets. Held at the team's practice facility or stadium, during this 3 hour event, Fathers and kids rotate through stations and participate in interactive games while learning fatherhood tips.  Our goal is to eventually hold this annual event in all 32 NFL markets.

Click here for information on our club. . .


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