The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame announced a new venture: the “I’m A Football Mom” initiative. The new venture aims to give the audience a very honest and unique look into moms’ perspective on their children playing football.
“The National Football Foundation makes a concerted effort to create opportunities for all the groups who influence the game and play a role in supporting our mission,” said NFF Chairman Archie Manning in a statement.
“Whether it is coaches, players, officials, administrators, or parents, the NFF has a series of initiatives at the national and chapter level designed to engage all the people who support the game. Moms represent one of the most powerful influences in a young person’s development, and we have launched “I’m A Football Mom” to give them a voice in the promotion of the game.”
The first video in the series features Pam Martin from Indianapolis, Ind.
Pam has watched her three sons — Josh (University of Indianapolis, Ind.), Nick(University of Norte Dame) and Zack (University of Notre Dame) — make their way through the college level. Nick was a second-round pick of the Houston Texans earlier this year and Zack stars for the Dallas Cowboys.
Check out the feature below:
Football moms are the best.
Kudos to the National Football Foundation and everyone involved in this initiative that focuses on highlighting the strength and dedication that it takes from these amazing women to build such impressive young men.