Sobie Meats to host Ray Bentley for Monday Night Tailgate Party
Sobie Meats to host Ray Bentley for a Monday Night Tailgate Party benefiting Thin Blue Line of Michigan
On Monday, October 5th Sobie Meats will be hosting a tailgate party with former NFL linebacker and current ESPN College Football analyst Ray Bentley in preparation for the Detroit Lions’ Monday Night matchup with the Seattle Seahawks. The event will take place from 5 to 8 pm in the Sobie Meats parking lot at 3450 Remembrance Drive and will benefit The Blue Line of Michigan, the only non-profit of its kind in the nation benefiting Michigan’s Public Safety Officers and their families. Come on out and bring your family and friends to gear up for the game and enjoy a Tailgate-style meal from Sobie meats and support a great cause!
Ray Bentley will be on hand to talk football and sign copies of his brand new novel, Driftwood, which was released on August 25th, 2015. Driftwood will be available to purchase at the event, as well as Ray’s children’s books from the Bubba Gator and Darby the Dinosaur series. Twenty percent of each book sold will go to The Thin Blue Line.
The Book will be available for presale through Sobie Meats. Each customer with a presold copy will receive VIP status and move to the front of the line to meet Ray and have their copy signed, and will also receive a Driftwood t-shirt.
About Sobie Meats
Sobie Meats is proud to sell quality products from local farmers. We have a variety of hormone and steroid free products including pork, beef, chicken, eggs, milk and ice cream. We strive to achieve superior customer service to all our customers, both loyal and new. We have a variety of grocery, produce and deli items to make your meal planning easy!
About Ray Bentley
Ray is a former NFL linebacker, having played ten years professionally, including three in the USFL. He has worked in both the TV and Radio industries since his retirement from professional football in 1993. Currently he is in his 12th year as an ESPN College Football Analyst. Ray has authored and published seven children’s books. He lives in New Hampshire with his wife, Jodi, and family.
Driftwood, his first novel, is about a 17-year veteran linebacker of the North American Football Association (NAFA), Jack Driftwood. Driftwood and the Buffalo Blizzard have been at the bottom of the league since his rookie year, where they played and lost in Mega Bowl 33. Things are looking up this year, though, as GM Donald Fegel has built a championship contender. Though he and Driftwood don’t always see eye to eye, they both want one thing: A Mega Bowl victory for the city of Buffalo.
About Thin Blue Line of Michigan
The Thin Blue Line of Michigan is a non-profit organization, which exists to provide assistance in the areas of financial, legal, benefit recovery, counseling, funeral stipends, college stipends, medical costs, medical equipment and other areas of hardship to the families of injured, personal illness, disabled or deceased members of the law enforcement community in addition to Firefighters, Dispatchers, Corrections, EMT, EMS and Administrative Clerks.