Chiefs Coalition to Support Kansas City Chiefs player Derrick Johnson's King of the Field Foundation in 2006

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The Chiefs Coalition and Move The Chains Inc will hold a charity event for Kansas City Chiefs player Derrick Johnson's King of the Field Foundation.

The Chiefs Coalition (http://www.ChiefsCoalition.com) and Move The Chains Inc. (http://www.movethechains.org) announced that it's 2006 event will be held at Arrowhead Stadium in coordination with the Kansas City Chiefs' Derrick Johnson and his "King of the Field" Foundation, supporting education. The 2006 Chiefs Coalition event is scheduled for November 18th at "The Pavilion" at One Arrowhead Drive, Kansas City, MO. The event begins at 7:00PM CDT.

Move The Chains Inc. board of director John Hoffman stated "The Chiefs Coalition is very proud of our long standing partnership with the Kansas City Chiefs, the players, and the community. We have been at this for 5 years and each year the event grows and adds more value to the sponsored player's charity. This year we are very fortunate to be working with standout linebacker Derrick Johnson. Derrick's "King of the Field" Foundation is geared to help provide opportunities for youths to achieve in both academics and in the community. This is a very worthwhile venture for our members and our corporate sponsors."

Activities at the event include a silent auction with sports memorabilia from around the nation. Items include autographed footballs, basketballs, jerseys, posters, helmets and even a one-of-a-kind Chiefs quilt. There will also be various items donated by local companies from the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Please direct all inquiries to John Hoffman (916) 799-3385 for ticket information or to sponsor the event.

The Chiefs Coalition is a private, non-profit enterprise and is a subdivision of Move the Chains Inc. (http://www.MovetheChains.org)

a 501c3 (Tax ID# 20-4429436).

Move the Chains Inc. Headquarters is located at:

2300 Main Street

Suite #900

Kansas City, MO 64108

phone: 1-800-259-3197

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