KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) – Before the Chiefs take on the Chargers in Arrowhead on September 15th, the Chiefs plan to make the 31st Red Friday the biggest in team history!
Let’s start with something that is an annual tradition for many. For the ninth consecutive year, Chiefs Kingdom flags will be available for those who make a donation of at least $5 at 135 McDonald’s in the Kansas City and St. Louis area. They will also be available at Hy-Vee grocery stores and on certain street corners. A full list of places where you can get a flag is available here. And, if you don’t live in KC but are still a Chiefs fan, you can get one online starting September 9th by clicking here. Net proceeds from both in-person and online sales will benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City.
“Over the past eight years, the Red Friday flag sale has raised more than $3.5 million to help RMHC-KC continue its mission of keeping families close in times of illness and need,” notes a press release from the Chiefs.
Now, below is some information from the Chiefs about the other ways they plan to make this the biggest Good Friday yet:
‘First Fridays with the Chiefs’ – Friday, Sept. 2
For the first time, the Chiefs are working with the First Week committee to create “First Week with the Chiefs.” This event will support the arts scene in the Crossroads Arts District and give attendees a chance to celebrate the start of the 2022 Chiefs season. There will be a Chiefs themed street from 5–9 p. Read also : Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Engagement Video Goes Viral.m. on W. 19th Street from Wyandotte Street to Baltimore Avenue. There will be live music, live mural painting, local artist pop-ups, and merch from Charlie Hustle’s new Arrowhead Collection. Click here to learn more.
Flag Sales – Friday, Sept. 9
Red Friday Run presented by GEHA – Friday, Sept. 9
For the third year, the Red Friday Run presented by GEHA will start on Friday, September 9 and conclude on Sunday, September 18. It will be a virtual 5K without an official race course. As such, Chiefs fans across the United States and around the world can participate by running or walking on a treadmill, in their neighborhood, at a local park, or on a nature trail. Registration is open and you can do so by clicking here. See the article : Did Howie Roseman just pull off the best 2 catches in Eagles history? | Building Birds. Everyone who registers will get a Red Friday flag, a Red Friday Run shirt, and a race bib mailed to them. Those who register will also get a 30-day pass with all access to any Chiefs Fit location. Once someone completes the 5K, they are asked to take a photo in their Chiefs/Red Friday Run gear with their Red Friday flag and post it on social media using #RedFriday.
Game Day Experience at KC Live! in the Power & Light District – Sunday, Sept. 11
In the first week, the Chiefs will be taking on the Cardinals in Arizona. Chiefs fans are invited to cheer them on from the Kansas City Power & Light District. The fun will start at 2 p. To see also : Off-season update: Free agents bring the revised class to 22.m. with the Chiefs Cheerleaders, KC Wolf and the Chiefs Rumble making appearances. Fans will have the opportunity to win prizes, too. Kickoff is set for 3:25 p.m. central time.
Ballpark Village Game Day Experience in St. Louis – Sunday, Sept. 11
Chiefs fans in St. Louis will now have the opportunity to celebrate the start of the NFL season with a game day experience at Bally Sports Live! in Ballpark Village. On September 11th, fans can cheer on the Chiefs and take part in a game day experience that will feature opportunities for prizes.
But, wait! There is more! There are additional events the Chiefs have planned, including a special Red Friday community outreach event with Chiefs players and Ronald McDonald House Charities on Tuesday, September 6.
Chiefs jerseys, flags, art, red light and other visuals will also begin appearing around KC starting Tuesday, September 6th.
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