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Ryan Broyles Hosts Bowling Event Fundraiser for the Holidays

Posted Dec 11, 2013

On Friday, December 20, Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles will host Bowling with Broyles Fundraiser at the Emagine Lanes (200 N Main) in Royal Oak to raise funds for the Ryan Broyles Foundation that will help support families in need this holiday season. Anyone that brings a toy to donate at the door will be put in a drawing for Detroit Lions autographed items.

December 11, 2013; ROYAL OAK, MI:  On Friday, December 20, Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles will host Bowling with Broyles Fundraiser at the Emagine Lanes (200 N Main) in Royal Oak to raise funds for the Ryan Broyles Foundation that will help support families in need this holiday season. Anyone that brings a toy to donate at the door will be put in a drawing for Detroit Lions autographed items.

Guests will enjoy three games of bowling, dinner, shoes and giveaways.  There will be a silent auction taking place throughout the evening as well.

Broyles launched Project 84 in October where he began selling  “Ryan Broyles Foundation” tee shirts on www.RyanLBroyles.com for $25 each. Each tee shirt sold helped feed one Metro Detroit family this past Thanksgiving.   Broyles provided 84 families in Detroit a Thanksgiving dinner.

“Being able to give out 84 Thanksgiving meals last month was such a blessing, I was able to meet people in the community and could see they really appreciated the effort of giving them the food they needed for their families,” said Broyles.  “This event will help us raise money to buy toys and necessities for those in Detroit this Christmas that may not be able to provide for themselves or their families.”

Tickets and lanes are available to reserve on www.RyanLBroyles.com

For media inquiries or more information contact Sherrie Handrinos at SherrieHandrinos@gmail.com or 734-341-6859.

About The Ryan Broyles Foundation

The Ryan Broyles Foundation strives to develop young people’s lifelong Christian based leadership skills.  With a focus on education, nutrition, healthy lifestyle, life skills and community service. Along with promoting positive leadership skills in school, church, family, community, athletics, various mission work and support of special needs youth.

www.RyanLBroyles.com

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