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 - 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.
Philadelphia, PA - Among the ever-growing list of Eagles fan fare are vegan pastry inspired by Broad Street’s greased poles (Dottie’s Donuts), all-green Bloody Mary cocktails (Pub & Kitchen), broccolini cheesesteaks (Rooster Soup Co.) and underdog everything, including soft pretzels (Philly Pretzel Factory) and mac-and-cheese (Mac Mart).
Philadelphia, PA - As Philadelphia Eagles fans celebrated a spot in this year's Super Bowl LII, with a victory over the Minnesota Vikings, the Philadelphia Police Departments “Crisco Cops” were greasing light poles in hopes of preventing Eagles fans from climbing them -they failed. But, in comes Dottie's Donuts, paying tribute to the greased poles and Eagles fans, with a special treat. The vegan sweet shop is offering a "Greased Pole Doughnut".
Philadelphia, PA - For the millions of sports fans who plan to watch Super Bowl LII this Sunday, Evite has a new indicator on which team has the edge. The company is sharing new data on the team with the most football-themed parties planned in their respective city and state, and Philly currently has the edge.
Philadelphia, PA - The Boston Market at 6350 Roosevelt Blvd., is the latest restaurant to show its Philly pride by changing its name for Super Bowl LII. The restaurant posted this message "As you’re getting ready for Super Bowl week, we wanted to welcome you to Philly Market…Now open at 6350 Roosevelt Blvd., check it out. Fly, Eagles Fly"!
Philadelphia, PA - Chris Long Foundation announced today that Chegg, Inc., a Smarter Way to Student, has joined the Pledge 10 for Tomorrow campaign. Chegg is joining the effort by making a financial gift of $30,000 and giving a $100 credit for textbooks and a year of free access to Chegg Study for all college students served by the four organizations selected as beneficiaries of the program; Summer Search Boston, Summer Search Philadelphia, College Bound (St. Louis) and The Little Bit Foundation (St. Louis).