Panthers rock the castle


The Carolina Panthers and Southeast United Dairy Association promoted proper fitness and nutrition during a high-energy Fuel Up To Play 60 pep rally at Castle Heights Middle School in Rock Hill, S.C.

Defensive end Everette Brown and wide receiver Charly Martin motivated and inspired the packed gymnasium of students about the importance of physical activity. The action-packed show had the raucous crowd stomping and cheering while delivering valuable facts about exercise and healthy eating habits.

The Southeast United Dairy Association capped the event by awarding a $3,000 grant to fund Castle Heights' programs that support the Dairy Association's Fuel Up To Play 60 initiative. The NFL's Play 60 effort encourages children to get 60 minutes of physical activity daily.


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