|Smelled so good!|
Yesterday was Superbowl Sunday. Yesterday the Outlaws had a fund raiser party at Quinns Neighborhood Bar in Round Rock. And you know, I was almost drawn into the party. Photos don't capture the aroma of food cooking but that smell of good cooking was almost enough.
|Quarterback Marisa Rivas posing|
outside of Quinns for a future blog
So I made the trip to Quinns and planned a quick visit, snap some photos of Marisa, ask a few questions to make the profile interesting.
And then I caught the scent of the fajitas.
And then party people started arriving. Nice people. I like the Outlaws.
|I think they're singing.|
Participate. It is cool to be able to go to a party (if you're normal and enjoy parties), sing along, enjoy fajitas and refried beans and your choice of beverage, socialize with interesting people, watch a game on large screen television - and all the while know you're helping the Outlaws cover the expenses of the 2012 football season.
The players aren't paid for playing football. In fact each player is responsible for generating income. The team estimates the cost of the season - over $30,000! And players are responsible to produce a pro-rata share. Nearly $1,000 per player. So the players arrange fund raisers like the Superbowl party. Opportunities for fans to have fun while supporting the team.
If you're a fan of the Outlaws, if you want to promote opportunities for women in sports, consider responding to fund raisers. Or consider sponsoring a player. If you have a favorite player, contribute $$$ to the team in her name.
|Early arrivers already in a party mood. You |
can see pre-game stuff going on on the TV in
|I keep coming back to the chef. I think maybe chef's are the most important people|
in the world.