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    by Published on 07-24-2015 02:26 PM     Number of Views: 274 

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    Miami Dolphins President & CEO Tom Garfinkel today announced that the Dolphins Cycling Challenge has changed its name to the Dolphins Cancer Challenge (DCC). The updated name reflects the goals and additional events created to fight cancer, starting with two Fall Family Fests in November and culminating with DCC VI, a tri-county bike ride and run/walk event, scheduled for February 20, 2016. One hundred percent of the funds raised by participants go to fighting the disease. In the first five years of the DCC, $11.55 million has been donated to critical cancer research at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami.

    “The Miami Dolphins are committed to fighting cancer,” said Garfinkel, the current Chairman of the Dolphins Cancer Challenge. “By changing our name to the Dolphins Cancer Challenge and adding new elements to the event, we are hoping to expand our reach by asking everyone in our community to be a cancer fighter and help us raise funds that go directly to fighting the disease.”

    In February 2016, fundraising participants now will be able to fight cancer by participating in a 5K walk/run or by choosing from six different cycling rides ending at the stadium; capped off by a fun event and concert. Participants will enjoy VIP access to the concert and general access will be open to the public with proceeds from ticket sales also going to fight cancer. High-profile performers will be announced in the coming weeks when tickets go on sale.

    Prior to DCC VI, the Dolphins Cancer Challenge will host two Fall Family Fests this November, with the objective of growing fundraising participants for DCC VI. The first is scheduled for November 8 in Fort Lauderdale, at Holiday Park, with the second November 15 at the University of Miami Coral Gables campus. Children ages 3-16 will be able to participate in a kids ride in a car-free, safe location with their families – from short loops up to 8-10 miles. Each event will have activities for the entire family, including a kids zone with bounce houses, face painting, Dolphins Youth Programs activities and other entertainment.

    More information on all of the activities associated with the DCC, along with fundraising requirements for each event and information on the concert, can be found at the newly redesigned DolphinsCancerChallenge.com.
    by Published on 07-07-2015 02:36 PM     Number of Views: 400 

    Miami Dolphins to Sell Limited Amount of Stadium Seats,

    All Proceeds to Benefit Miami Dolphins Foundation

    Miami, FL – After numerous inquiries on social media and phone calls, the Miami Dolphins today announced that a limited number of assembled seats and seatbacks will be made available to Season Ticket Members and the general public starting Wednesday, July 8. The seats were disassembled and removed during Sun Life Stadium construction. The seats were rear-mounted, so keeping them intact required reassembly using special mounts to allow for the ability to sit in them. All proceeds from the sales of assembled seats and seatbacks will benefit the Miami Dolphins Foundation, which supports programs throughout South Florida in education, health and volunteerism.

    Seats can be purchased as single or double seats at Dolphins.com/seatback. A limited number of seats will be sold to Season Ticket Members first (limit 2 per account) during a defined time window based on tenure, followed by the general public. Season Ticket Members from the 1960s and 1970s will have the first opportunity to purchase seats at 11 a.m. Members from the 1980s and 1990s will start at noon with post 2000 Members starting at 1 p.m. The general public can start purchasing seats at 2 p.m., subject to availability.

    Season Ticket Member Tenure Start Time
    1960s and 1970s 11 a.m.
    1980s and 1990s Noon
    Post 2000s 1 p.m.
    General Public 2 p.m.

    In addition, the Dolphins announced that they will host a series of autographed seat auctions throughout the year featuring Dolphins legends and key players throughout the team’s history:

    Start Date End Date Player(s) Starting Bid
    July 8 July 13 Jason Taylor $500
    July 10 July 17 Dan Marino $1,500
    July 15 July 22 Mark Duper $750
    July 20 July 27 Larry Little $1,000
    July 24 July 31 Nat Moore $500

    July 29 August 7 Ryan Tannehill $500

    December 7 December 14 Hall of Famers $5,000

    Furthermore, the Dolphins set aside thousands of seatbacks and will make those available for sale as well. Seatbacks will be available for $20 and can be picked up at Sun Life Stadium on Saturday, July 18 or can be purchased online anytime at Dolphins.com/seatback and shipped for $35.

    by Published on 05-19-2015 04:01 PM  Number of Views: 699 
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    New Deal To Run Through 2020

    The Miami Dolphins announced they have signed quarterback Ryan Tannehill to an extension that will have him under contract through the 2020 season. Earlier this offseason the Dolphins picked up the fifth year on his rookie deal ensuring he would be with the team for 2016. The Dolphins had previously stated they planned to get the deal done before the season started. Early reports of the financial details have Tannehill getting 96 million over six years with 21.5 million of that guaranteed.

    With the new contract in place, the Dolphins are putting their faith in Tannehill to be franchise quarterback for many years to come. The wide receiving corps has been revamped in an effort to benefit Tannehill's attributes and offensive coordinator Bill Lazor's system. If the Dolphins can get the offensive line up to par, there will be no short of excitement for the offensive production in 2015.

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