Levine’s Celebrity Bowling Night was a success

Anthony Levine Sr. Signing autographs for fans.

Last Friday, the Baltimore Ravens showed up in droves to support Anthony Levine Sr.’s Celebrity Bowling night at the AMF Towson Lanes.  Levine’s 4every1 foundation focus’ on a wide variety of charitable endeavors.  This event was done to focus on helping student athletes live life beyond the game.  The event was put on by Vibrancy21 who did a great job.

Nearly 20 Ravens players came out to the event.  Even former Ravens Jameel McClain came to support the event.  McClain has stayed with the Ravens after retiring and is now the Assistant Director of Player Engagement for the Ravens.

The players that drew the biggest crowds were Levine, Lardarius Webb, Eric Weddle and Breshad Perriman.  The players brought their families to the event as well and were truly enjoying themselves.

All the players took time to take photos with fans and mingle with the people that cheer for them on Sunday. The fans could not have been happier and could not take enough pictures with their favorite athletes.

Jaylen Hill a Ravens undrafted rookie free agent was all smiles during the event.  We have talked about Hill a lot during the preseason and how smart of a player he is.  Hill was excited to mingle with fans and I could tell his enthusiasm when talking to him.

The event was a huge success not just for Levine’s foundation but for all the fans as well.  Some fans got to leave with some very cool items from the auction.  Tons of Ravens memorabilia was auctioned off for charity.

Vibrancy21 puts on about five to eight events every year and is the same company that puts on the Monday Night Playlist on 98 Rock.

The next even Vibrancy21 is putting on is the Steve Smith Sr. retirement party and tickets are now on sale.  MSB should be at the event to cover it and we hope that we see some of you there.  Here is where you can get tickets.


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