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Help NFL’s Leading Rusher Arian Foster Win $50,000 for the Boys & Girls Club of Albuquerque
Vote for Houston Texan Arian Foster all week in the GOOD Reinventing the Outdoors Contest
Foster attended his local Boys & Girls Club in Albuquerque as a child and credits the experience for keeping him out of trouble and paving the way to his NFL career. “I always enjoyed spending afternoons at the Boys & Girls Club, and I’m excited for this opportunity to give back to the same club where I played football and had a blast with my friends.”
Today the Boys & Girls Club of Albuquerque and Rio Rancho serves nearly 1,500 kids, many from low and poverty income level households. From homework assistance to physical fitness activities, the Club keeps kids active, outdoors and happy.
Help Foster and the Boys & Girls Club of Albuquerque win the $50,000 grand prize by voting for them once a day through Friday, May 20. Learn more and place your votes here: http://www.good.is/
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About Arian Foster
Arian Foster led the National Football League in rushing and touchdowns last season as running back for the Houston Texans. He went undrafted following his career at the University of Tennessee and burst onto the NFL scene on Opening Day last season with a 231 yard, three touchdown performance against the Indianapolis Colts. Locked in a tight battle with the Kansas City Chief’s Jamaal Charles for the NFL rushing title, Foster rushed for 180 yards and two touchdowns in the final game of the 2010 season to capture the title. His 1,616 rushing yards and 604 receiving yards are the most combined yards from scrimmage ever by an undrafted player. Become a fan on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/#!/