Congratulations to Teammates co-founder Garth Brooks, who won his 5th CMA Entertainer of the Year award during the 50th Annual CMA Awards in Nashville.
While he was in town for four shows at the Charleston Civic Center last weekend, Garth Brooks partnered with Teammates for Kids and brought a youth basketball camp to the campus of West Virginia State University.
Before his two Saturday concerts in Fresno last weekend, Garth Brooks partnered with Teammates For Kids to host a free youth football camp for 100 kids from Clovis Unified and the Zimmerman Boys and Girls Club.
For only the second time since Garth Brooks and Teammates For Kids began hosting youth sports camps, they offered a dual baseball and ball hockey camp for Anaheim area kids on September 17.
Before taking the stage at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul earlier this month, legendary rock band Journey created a buzz of excitement off stage when they visited the Child Life Zone at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota-St. Paul campus.
While Garth Brooks was in Bossier City, Louisiana, last weekend during his World Tour, he took the time to visit a youth football camp he sponsored with Teammates for Kids.
Garth Brooks and Teammates for Kids hosted a youth football camp in San Antonio while Brooks was in town for four shows on his World Tour.
Teammates for Kids recently made a donation to the Hope and Health organization in Vancouver on behalf of Vancouver Whitecaps defender Jordan Harvey, who has been a Teammate since 2012.
Teammates co-founder Garth Brooks and his band took advantage of their time in New York for two Yankee Stadium shows to visit the Child Life Zone at Kravis Children's Hospital at Mount Sinai in New York.