What Our Kids Really Need to Hear



Father-Son and Father-Daughter Jersey Ceremonies are some of the more powerful events many parents and coaches have ever been a part of.

The basic gist of the event is to provide a platform for the Dads and male role models of our athletes the opportunity to affirm their kids in public within the team environment.

We encourage the Dads to tell a virtue story about their son or daughter and to use the phrases:

I love you. 
I'm proud of you. 
I believe in you.

For the girls, we also encourage the Dads to tell their daughters how beautiful they are on the inside and out.

If you would like more information on Jersey Ceremonies, just send us an email.

Imagine if every team around the country did this. Our world would be a very different, much happier and much more fulfilling place.

Virtue = Strength, Lou Judd 
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Here below is a short testimony of one coach and a photo compilation of the some of the ceremonies from around the country.

What an amazing night!!!! I have never experienced anything close to last nights event. I have heard nothing but thanks for allowing each father to speak openly about their son, how much he's loved, his abilities, strengths, etc. Thank you for sharing this awesome event. I have attached last nights group picture.

GO BLUE!!!!! 
Tim Kuhn 
Head Football Coach 
Nashville High School 
Nashville, IL


Nashville HS Football, Nashville IL


Bishop Fenwick Girls Volleyball, Middletown, OH


St Marys Central Catholic Football, Sandusky, OH

2013 Father Son Jersey Night

Wyandotte Roosevelt HS Football, Wyandotte MI


Xenia HS Football, Xenia OH

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Bishop Fenwick Girls Soccer, Middletown OH

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Elk Grove HS Football, Elk Grove IL


Bishop Fenwick Boys Soccer, Middletown OH


Wyoming HS Football, Wyoming OH


Mason HS Football, Mason OH


Bishop Eustace HS Football, Pennsauken NJ


Xenia HS Football, Xenia OH


Bishop Fenwick HS Football, Middletown OH


Xenia HS Football, Xenia OH