Seal the Deal includes a series of youth flag football camps. While helping students improve their athletic skills, Seal the Deal is designed to help students “Make big plays on and off the field,” by combining the game of football with the game of life and daily character development activities. Seal the Deal means, “Make a big play,” which is what we want our participants to strive for throughout their lives by developing the social skills needed to make even bigger plays off the field.

Seal the Deal is a youth flag football camp and tournament that utilizes sports-related activities as teaching agents to help students “make big plays on and off the field.” The 2-day Youth Football Camps focus on agility, conditioning, football fundamentals, competition, character building, and fun.


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