DTLR & Morgan State Alum Visanthe Shiancoe Celebrates His Birthday & Invite Baltimore-Area Teens to
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Tuesday, 07 June 2011 07:17
DTLR & Morgan State Alum Visanthe Shiancoe Invite Baltimore-Area Teens to Register for DTLR Free, One-Day Football Clinic •Free one-day clinic offers kids hands-on skills taught by Shiancoe, professional players & experts
•Parents and students receive information on SAT/ACT prep and the recruiting process
•Only 300 slots available; so, pre-registration is strongly encouraged.
•Registration details can be found at www.dtlr.com
Baltimore (MD) - June 3, 2011 - Urban retailer DTLR and Morgan State alumni Visanthe Shiancoe are inviting Baltimore-area student athletes who will enter grades 7 - 12 in school year 2011 - 2012 to register for the DTLR Football Clinic, hosted by Shiancoe. The free, one-day clinic will allow participants to enhance their current skills and learn more about the college recruiting process and will be held on June 18 at Morgan State University (1700 E. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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