1. Kohl's Kicking Becomes Selection Partner For Blue-Grey Bowl Games

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Posted October 01, 2016 | Bret

As Kohl's Kicking has continued to grow as the leader in the kicking and long snapping communities, this year is no different.  We are happy to announce that Kohl's has partnered with the Blue-Grey All-American Bowls to provide athletes yet another big stage to showcase their talents.

The Blue-Grey All American Bowls are in their 5th year, showing both a large growth in talent and exposure.  With three games played in NFL stadiums, Dallas Cowboy's AT&T Stadium, Oakland Raiders' Coliseum and Jacksonville's EverBank Field, Blue-Grey provides an excellent platform for experience and exposure.

Kohl's will be selecting the high school kickers, punters, and long snappers from their camps that will showcase their talents on this stage. With our other game selections, our ESPN rankings, and the reputation Kohl's Kicking has with college coaches, the Blue-Grey All-American Bowls are a great addition to continue to help our athletes.

To read more about the Blue-Grey All-American games please visit http://bluegreyfootball.com/

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