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Cooperstown Connection and Gentleman’s Corner Barbershop Present Jim Kelly at Destiny USA

Published: 10/25/2018

–Meet 4X AFC Championship Buffalo Bills Quarterback and NFL Hall of Fame Inductee Jim Kelly on October 30, 2018, in the Destiny USA Canyon

Syracuse, NY (October 25, 2018)- Cooperstown Connection in Destiny USA and Gentleman’s Corner Barbershop team up to bring the ultimate experience for football fans! NFL legend, 4x AFC Buffalo Bills quarterback, and NFL Hall of Fame inductee Jim Kelly will hold a meet and greet opportunity and offer autographs and photos for his fans.

Jim Kelly Meet & Greet:

  • Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2018
  • Location – Cooperstown Connection Syracuse, Destiny USA, Canyon
  • Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Tickets start at $65 and can be purchased online at www.seventh-inning-stretch.com/Meet-Jim-Kelly-s/2350.htm or in the Cooperstown Connection store in Destiny USA.

“So many people have fond memories of watching and cheering for Jim Kelly when they were younger,” said Nikita Jankowski, director of marketing, Destiny USA. “He has such a remarkable story and we are excited to be able to offer his fans the chance to meet him here, at Destiny USA.”

“We are looking forward to working with Pro Football Hall Of Fame Inductee Jim Kelly again. This will be a very special event for Upstate New York,” said Vincent Carfagno, owner, Cooperstown Connection. “Working with Cooperstown Connection to bring celebrities and athletes is always exciting. Jim Kelly was an inspiration on the field but he’s been an even bigger inspiration off the field. It’ll be a day many people will never forget,” added Paulie Diamond, owner, Gentlemen’s Corner Barber Shop.

Known for employing the “K-Gun” offense and its no-huddle shotgun formations, Kelly led one of the greatest NFL scoring juggernauts. From 1991 to 1994, he helped guide the Bills to a record of four consecutive Super Bowls, although the team lost each game.

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