We get together to watch every FSU football game at the Half Moon Grill, 2121 East Highland in central Phoenix. Come on down and watch with FSU stars of the past and your fellow Seminoles.
A message to all our fellow Noles from Matt Lyons, one of our ringleaders:
Hopefully game 1 jitters are well behind us after a nice game last week against ULM. Our defense posted the first of hopefully many shutouts this season.
We had a fun game watching event with about 70 Noles in attendance. We raffled off 2 tickets to our event “A Night with Bobby Bowden” and will probably be able to raffle off 1 more this week.
This week will be the last time we can all get together before the big event so come on out to the Half Moon Sports Grill located at 2121 E. Highland, Phoenix. Game time is at 3pm.
Even though we are playing the wily Buccaneers of Charleston Southern, it will be our very last test before playing #1 Oklahoma. I assume you all want to see how we look. The game is NOT televised so Half Moon is your only shot to see it. Half Moon was able to figure a way to broadcast to us over the internet. The picture quality will not be HD, but we can at least watch it on TV.
See you all there.
A message from Phoenix Seminoles Club leader Matt Lyons:
The season is finally here. I cannot believe Football is back and finally, the Noles are back in the top 5.
We will be getting together this weekend to watch our Noles kick off the season in style with a huge win over the Warhawks of Louisiana-Monroe. As always, we will be meeting at the Half Moon Sports Grill located at 2121 E. Highland Avenue, Phoenix 85016.
Our new Club President Andre Wadsworth and Treasurer Scott Player will be there to watch the game so I would encourage you to come down and watch. It’s not every day you can watch an FSU game with an FSU Hall of Famer and an All Pro 10 year NFL vet.
If you could please RSVP by sending me a quick email at email@example.com it would be appreciated. The Half Moon would like a head count so they may staff appropriately.
Thanks and Go Noles-
The Phoenix Seminole Club is about more than watching college football. It’s also about supporting Florida State University and furthering education. That’s why we’ve joined together with the non-profit MVP Foundation to bring Coach Bobby Bowden to town for a special event at the Arizona Biltmore.
When: September 15th, 2011 at 6 p.m.
Who: Coach Bobby Bowden will be joined by Phoenix Seminole Club president and FSU legend Andre Wadsworth and our emcee, former star FSU QB and TV analyst Chris Rix. Former FSU great and NFLer Scott Player will be there, as will many former FSU stars.
Join us for a chance to take home great FSU memorabilia, get autographs and network with tons of FSU alums.
Tickets are $150 for adults and $50 for children 12 and under. The proceeds will fund the Bobby Bowden Scholarship Fund to benefit Arizona youth.
Have questions? Please contact Jenniffer Wentzel at 623.463.5674 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know what you’re thinking: How do I get together with my fellow Noles and watch some Florida State football?
The answer is easy: We’ll gather for a watch party each game week at the Half Moon Sports Grill, 2121 E. Highland Avenue in Phoenix (one block south of Camelback Road across from LA Fitness. Here’s a map for you.
The 2011 FSU Football schedule is as follows:
We’re excited to see you come out. The season opener is just days away versus Louisiana-Monroe, Saturday, September 3rd, with a 12:30 pm kickoff! Make sure you arrive 20 minutes ahead of time, to get a great seat and have your drink in hand for kickoff.