Sims partners with Boys Hope Girls Hope

Posted Sep 30, 2010

Cincinnati Bengals DT Pat Sims takes his Impact Players program to Boys Hope Girls Hope of Cincinnati to inspire the scholars to think big. The students recieved notebooks and backpacks during the month of September, and they can earn game tickets for getting involved in community projects.

During the month of October, the scholars will participate in a business plan competition. They have one month to think of a business they would like to start one day, and then put that plan to paper. During the months of November and December, Pat will partner with local companies to help provide upgrades to the scholars living quarters, such as new TVs and computers so that the students can better enjoy their free time on the weekends.

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