Philadelphia, PA - Bud Light and the Philadelphia Eagles today unveiled limited edition "Philly Philly" commemorative packs to celebrate the team's Super Bowl LII victory. Inspired by the name of the game-changing play call, "The Philly Special" and the popular "Dilly Dilly" campaign, Bud Light produced 20,418 packs, which correspond with the date of the Eagles' Super Bowl win on 02/04/2018. The commemorative packs will go on sale Thursday, August 16, the day of the Eagles' third pre-season game, a Super Bowl LII rematch against the New England Patriots.
Philadelphia, PA - The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board today announced that former pro football players Mike Quick and Ike Reese will sign bottles of Philadelphia Eagles World Champions Red wine at 6:30 PM Wednesday, Aug. 8, at Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection, 1940 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, PA - Millions of Eagles fans, young and old lined the parkway to see their team on the Art Museum steps. The parade was filled with crazy fans, schools closings, free Bud Light and an inspiring speech from offensive lineman Jason Kelce.
Philadelphia, PA - The World Champion Philadelphia Eagles, and Stroud Water Research Center hosted a day of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning in White Clay Creek for recipients of Axalta's All-Pro Teachers designation – a program in conjunction with the Eagles that identifies, recognizes and rewards innovative STEM-focused teachers and their schools in the greater Philadelphia area.
Philadelphia, PA - The Carson Wentz AO1 Foundation, a project at the Giving Back Fund, raised more than $850,000 net at its inaugural AO1 Foundation Charity Softball Game. On June 1st, Citizens Bank Park held more than 25,000 fans who came to the diamond to cheer on 25 members of the Super Bowl LII-winning Philadelphia Eagles as they took the field for a home run derby and softball game.
Philadelphia, PA - Chris Long has been named as the recipient of the 2018 Byron “Whizzer” White Community MVP Award. In recognition, the NFL Players Association will donate $100,000 to The Chris Long Foundation. Long becomes the second Philadelphia Eagle to earn this prestigious honor after his teammate, Malcolm Jenkins, was selected as last years winner.