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USFL To Host Thank You Birmingham Day Friday, Donuts, Coffee, Giveaways

The USFL will host a “Thank You Birmingham” day Friday, April 15th, the day before kick off. The event will take place from 7:00am to 10:00am CT.

“We’re saying thank you to our host city, Birmingham!

Join USFL coaches, players, mascots & cheerleaders Friday, April 15 from 7–10am CT as they serve free coffee + donuts and give away free game tickets!”

“We appreciate the warm welcome that Birmingham, the surrounding communities, have given to the USFL, and all eight of our teams training in the region to prepare for Week 1,” said Daryl Johnston of USFL Football Operations Executive Vice President. On Friday, April 15, we will show our gratitude for accepting this community by saying, “Thank you, Birmingham.”

Coaches, players, members of the United States Football League, mascots, and cheerleaders will do the giveaways at four different locations. Fans can also receive free tickets to the USFL’s opening weekend (until stocks run out).

Hero Donuts & Buns (Railroad Park)

1701 1st Ave South, Birmingham

Hero Donuts & Buns (Homewood)

3027 Central Avenue, Homewood

The Heavenly Donut Mobile Truck:

1901 6th Avenue North (formerly Harbert Plaza)

The Heavenly Donut Company:

4911 Cahaba River Rd, Birmingham

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