Ravens Wide Receiver, #14, Marlon Brown will be joining The West Wing L.A. this Saturday 3/15 at 1:30PM at the Parlor Hollywood (7250 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA) for a meet & greet lunch and autograph session.
There is no fee to attend the event but you should reply here with an RSVP (and how many guests) to ensure you get in.
Autograph session will be announced after lunch. Autographs work as follows. Autographs are $25. That gets you a ticket and a 2013 West Wing t-shirt. That ticket entitles you to ONE autographed item. If you want more they are $25 each. If you already have or don’t want a shirt, the price is the same (give it to a family member!).
IF YOU ARE UNDER 21 YOU MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR YOU WILL NOT BE LET IN! NO EXCUSES.
Wear your Ravens gear!!! We want to give Marlon a huge welcome and set the tone for other players to join us in the future so show that RAVENS PRIDE!!!
Once again, to RSVP REPLY HERE and tell us how many people will be joining you.
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