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Rise Up Road Trip presented by Georgia Power
Freddie Falcon partnered with Georgia Power to road trip across the state, surprising 20 Atlanta Falcons Season Ticket Members and 10 Georgia Power Linemen at their homes with a socially distanced visit and curbside delivery. During the delivery, fans received Atlanta Falcons and Georgia Power themed items as well as a $100 Visa gift card. These visits took place Thursday, April 8 through Sunday, April 11.
Inspire Change: Arthur Blank and the Falcons reflect on Rep. John Lewis
The late congressman John Lewis had a tendency of getting into Good Trouble, from his time in the 1960s marching alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, organizing freedom rides in the South, and speaking at the March on Washington to his time in Congress creating legislature that ensured the rights of marginalized citizens in our country. His legacy will live on forever, especially in his home state of Georgia, where Falcons team owner Arthur Blank speaks to how his influence inspired him to get into Good Trouble.
Girls flag football: Growing the game in Georgia
Georgia ranks among one of the lowest states in the country for gender equality in high school sports offered to girls. In order to change that, the Atlanta Falcons have developed a pilot program over the past few years with a commitment to growing girls flag football. With the growing success of the program, the Falcons hope to lead by example for other states to promote gender equality in high school sports through girls flag football.
Atlanta Falcons High School Man of the Year presented by Georgia Power
Modeled after one of the most prestigious awards in the NFL, the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, the Atlanta Falcons honored high school football student–athletes who embody excellence on and off the field. Jalavis Wilson, a Junior from South Gwinnett High School, was selected as the inaugural Atlanta Falcons High School Man of the Year.