Omni Fort Worth Hotel
1300 Houston Street, Fort Worth, TX
We will meet at the Wild Turkey in Lewisville at 2:30 pm and ride together to the hotel listed above to meet the team. Be sure to bring a charged phone or camera, plenty of markers and memorabilia. You never know who you will meet.
Do not have to be there when the team arrives (though it is great moral support for the team) because players usually go out to dinner together or with family/friends (10 Eagles are from Texas.) After they return from dinner, they usually mingle with fans in the lobby. We have had incredible stories from our meet and greets later in the evening.
See you there!!!
For the remaining games this season, our Central-DFW location we be meeting The Wild Turkey in Lewisville.
Wild Turkey in Lewisville
On the road to victory!!!!
Wall-to-wall Eagles fans!!!
Eagles Fan Clubs,
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