Chiefs Kids Club Causes a "Frenzy" at Arrowhead Stadium

Chiefs host exclusive event for Kids Club members

The Kansas City Chiefs and the Chiefs Community Caring Team hosted their first inaugural Kids Club "Football Frenzy" event this past Saturday.
Over 500 Kids Club members and families came out for the fun-filled day, consisting of football activities, games, giveaways, Chiefs player appearances and more.

Taking over The University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex, members of the Kids Club enjoyed autographs sessions, Chiefs locker room tours, a Play60 area, obstacle courses, face painting, tailgate games, and even appearances from K.C. Wolf and Chiefs cheerleaders.

Kids Club members and families ran routes with Justin March, took photos with Kashif Moore and practiced football drills with Chris Conley.

Other Chiefs players and Ambassadors in attendance included Mitch Morse, Rod Streater, Albert Wilson, Chris Penn, Marc Boerigter, Keith Cash, Jon McGraw and more.

This yearly event opens its doors to young Chiefs fans so that they may learn about and experience Arrowhead outside of game days.

The "Football Frenzy" is one of the three yearly events offered exclusively to Kids Club Members in addition to the Trick-or-Treat Bash and Movie Night, which will take place on June 3.

Chiefs Kids Club enrollment is open year round. Membership is a one-time fee of $20 and gives children access to a Kids Club Membership Kit, invitations to annual Kids Club exclusive events, 20-percent off coupons for items at the Chiefs Official Pro Shop, a birthday card, as well as Chiefs information and newsletters.


For more information on Chiefs Kids Club and enrollment, visit http://www.chiefs.com/kidsclub/

On Saturday the Kansas City Chiefs hosted the Kids Club Football Frenzy. Kids from around the area came out and had a great time.

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