Mixed Roots Foundation Announces Rob Brzezinski, VP of MN Vikings to Throw First Pitch at Inaugural Adoptee Night with MN Twins on Friday, August 2, 2013 at Target Field

Adoptee Night is Special Event to Raise Awareness about Adoption and Need for Fundraising for More Post Adoption Resources for Adoptees and Their Families

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Rob Brzezinski, Vice President of Football Operations, Minnesota Vikings

The gift of adoption has had a profound effect on our family and we are honored to be included in such a special evening and to have the opportunity to throw out the first pitch – Go Twins!

San Francisco, CA and Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) July 25, 2013

The Mixed Roots Foundation is proud to announce Rob Brzezinski, Vice President of Football Operations of the Minnesota Vikings will throw the first pitch at the first ever Adoptee Night with the Minnesota Twins versus the Houston Astros taking place on Friday, August 2, 2013 – 7:10 p.m. at Target Field in Minneapolis, MN.

Mr. Brzezinski is in his 21st season with the NFL and his 15th with the MN Vikings working closely with the Head Coach and General Manager on all football-related matters and strategic planning. He and his wife Leah are adoptive parents of five children from South Korea; Ki, Grace, Jae, Anna and Rose. The Brzezinski family is very active in the local community raising money and awareness for adoption-related causes.

“It is so amazing that the Twins and Mixed Roots Foundation have partnered to host the first Adoptee Night at Target Field. The gift of adoption has had a profound effect on our family and we are honored to be included in such a special evening and to have the opportunity to throw out the first pitch – Go Twins!”

Mr. Brzezinski along with Gary Hines of Grammy Award Winning Sounds of Blackness and Korean Adoptee Artist Kimberly Michaels who are singing the national anthem, community partners Joe Kroll of North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC), Nicki Patnaude of Mentoring Partnership of MN and Korean Adoptee comedian/actress Amy Anderson, Mixed Roots Foundation Honorary Board member who is from MN, but currently lives in LA will be featured and interviewed by veteran radio host Lee Valsvik who is also an adoptive parent discussing the importance of Adoptee Night on all six major Clear Channel radio stations KDWB, KTCN (1130 AM), The FAN, K102, KOOL 108 and Cities 97 this Sunday, July 28, 2013 at 6:00 a.m. or 7:30 a.m. CST.

For more information on how to buy tickets please contact Landon Oldenburger at the MN Twins at 612.659.3583 or email landonoldenburger(at)twinsbaseball(dot)com. For specific radio interview details or learn more about Mixed Roots Foundation, please LIKE Mixed Roots Foundation on Facebook, call 800.659.6958, email events(at)mixedrootsfoundation(dot)org, or visit http://www.mixedrootsfoundation.org.