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More than $850,000 Raised at Inaugural Carson Wentz AO1 Foundation Charity Softball Game. Photo credit: J. Alan Paul

Philadelphia, PAPhillyBite Inaugural - 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.

Chris Long Named 2018 Byron “Whizzer” White Community MVP Winner

PhillyBite Chris Long Named 2018 Byron “Whizzer” White Community MVP WinnerPhiladelphia, 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.

Philly's Supper Bowl ILL Inspired Food and Snacks

PhillyBite Eagles FoodPhiladelphia, 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).

Philly Fans Planned Three Times More Super Bowl Events Than Rival Boston

PhillyBite PhillyPhiladelphia, 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 Changed It Name to Philly Market For Super Bowl LII

PhillyBite Philly  MarketPhiladelphia, 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"!

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