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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Carrollton, Oct 9, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – The Barbershop is a key element that displays what community is from beginning to end. The barbershop is the first stop a consumer makes to prepare for an event or for making a new transition in their lives. Come out and visit the Makin the World Famous (MTWF)pop up shop as they partner with APlus.D1 for their weekly youth football games during the month of October.
Every week APlus.D1 facilitates youth football games for players ages 4-13. Over 25 organizations flock to the gridiron for a chance to show off their skills. The facility also has programs that the community can register to be involved in and opportunities to rent the state of the art establishment.
Tickets are available for $7 at the gate for a day of fun: youth sports with live music and while you are there catch a fade by Celebrity Barber VC and his team of elite barbers from around the metroplex.
“Barbers are industry professionals who commit his/her time and talent to making our business, programs and events relevant for our MTWF members and takes an active role in the development of the organization and initiatives” –Celebrity Barber, Vincent Castille
The event’s purpose is to give the youth opportunities to shine not only in sports but in community initiatives. Currently, APlus.D1 invites teams from all over Texas. This Saturday’s games will be hosted by North Dallas United youth football program.
MTWF hopes that this event can unite our city for a national spotlight in support of youth health and wellness.
The games will be held at A+D1 Training 3000 Belmeade Drive Carrollton, TX 75006. A facility that is family owned and operated by Aqib Talib, Denver Broncos Super Bowl champion.
General Manager Yaqub “Que” Talib expressed that ” having these games are beneficial to keeping the youth off the streets and redirecting their energy into something positive.”
Concession stands will be available for purchase. Food catered by Hutchins BBQ.
All games will require facial coverings, social distancing, as well as other enhanced safety and health measures.
There will be Covid-19 and Flu testing available on-site, with insurance. The flu vaccine is available as well!! COVID-19 & flu testing does NOT affect your insurance deductible or anything else. It’s 100% FREE and at no out of pocket cost to you. Provided by Pandemic Responses Organization (PRO).
Haircuts prices range from $30 – $45 and can be reserved and purchased via www.makintheworldfamous.com prior to any pop-up event.
MTWF has multiple branding opportunities from MakinTheWorldFamous LLC and its affiliate partners. Opportunities may include access to product placement, co-branding on mobile trucks, events and forums. If you are interested in advertising please visit www.makintheworldfamous.com
Follow their journey on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram @mtwf4life_truckshop #MTWF4LIFE
Note to Editors
MakinTheWorldFamous “THE MOVEMENT” TRUCKSHOP MOBILE BARBERSHOP (TMTMB) is a mobile barbershop that serves as a centerpiece in the surrounding communities of the DFW Metroplex. MakinTheWorldFamous TMTMB is seeking to expand our “IMPACT” on businesses and nonprofits through youth and family activities as well as community services.
– Makin the World Famous was established in 2017.
– Vincent Castille, CEO has been in business for over 25 years.
– 4000+ people on average are serviced annually.
– MTWF Truck Shop has been featured in over 70 events to date.
– MTWF is a Reebok, brand ambassador
– For more information, contact their publicist directly at [email protected]
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Source :Makin the World Famous LLC
This article was originally published by IssueWire. Read the original article here.