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The Road to New York Goes Through Seattle

Proving once again the power of the 12th man, Seattle Seahawk fans came together at SPORT Restaurant and Bar for the Party with Purpose “New York, New York” event. Guests enjoyed an evening of fun, food and foot-stomping music with 100% of the proceeds going to Food Lifeline and stopping hunger in Western Washington.

Spearheaded by Chef John Howie and Seahawk alumni Craig Terrill, the event raised over $30,000 through auctions that featured an amazing array of specialty items from Seahawk memorabilia to a raffle drawings.

“There is nowhere in the world with bigger hearts, more determined souls, or more gracious human beings. I can’t express enough how proud I am to be a part of this community,” says Chef John Howie.

Craig Terrill and Chef John Howie give Bob K the signed Russell Wilson jerseyThanks to Chef Howie and Craig Terrill’s hard work and the incredible generosity of fans like you, the Seahawks rank #1 in the Kick Hunger Challenge. But with other teams in close pursuit, your support can make sure that the Seahawks bring home the trophy. Or consider purchasing your very own Seattle Seahawks Kick Hunger Challenge T-shirt designed by Ames Bros. Go Hawks! 

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