"23 Blast" Hosts Screening for Top High School Football Players in the Nation
Elite high school football players from across the nation were treated to an exclusive screening of 23 Blast on Friday, July 18. Modeled after the NFL’s mini-camps and hosted by former NFL players and coaches, Football University’s Top Gun camp is an invitation-only event for the nation’s top players. It was the perfect setting to host a screening of the upcoming film, 23 Blast. Inspired by the true life events of Travis Freeman, 23 Blast tells the story of the young man who played football for Corbin High School in the mid 1990’s even though he was blind.
The local event, held in Dublin, Ohio, generated more than 1,400 students and parents in attendance. The evening included a red carpet meet-and-greet for attending athletes and featured guest appearances by Director/Producer/Actor and Emmy nominee Dylan Baker and real life hero Travis Freeman. It was followed by the 23 Blast movie screening and moderated film Q&A.
23 Blast opens in theaters in October 2014. For more information, tickets and updates, visit www.23blast.com.