The Potomac Marlins swim team in Northern Virginia, founded and coached by brothers Bill and Barry Marlin, are teaming up with Glory Days Grill to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association National Capital Area Chapter as part of the Sports Fair Winter Classic.
The meet, which will be held at George Mason University from December 11-14, includes 1200 swimmers. On Saturday, December 13, Glory Days Grill will be on hand with their prize wheel where swimmers and spectators can fight the ongoing global battle against Alzheimer’s by donating for a chance to win great prizes from Glory Days Grill.
“Recent research shows that exercise can lessen the impact of this terrible disease and perhaps even prevent the onset,” said Head Coach Bill Marlin. “Since swimming is a lifelong sport, we are thrilled to partner with Glory Days Grill to raise money for the local chapter that supports education and research.”
The Potomac Marlins supports a number of charities in an ongoing effort to better the community. Sports Fair is the major sponsor of the Winter Classic. Marlins is thrilled to add Glory Days Grill as a premiere sponsor. Glory Days Grill operates a number of restaurants in the D.C. area.
Marlins is now in its 21st season training and supporting swimmers in the Northern Virginia area.