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2022 COTTON BOWL FOUNDATION-COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF FOUNDATION BIG DAY PRESENTATION

Foundations to award $200,000 in grants

Mayor Eric JohnsonThe Cotton Bowl Foundation and College Football Playoff (CFP) Foundation are honoring teachers, in conjunction with the BIG DAY, via a $50,000 grant to the University of North Texas at Dallas Call Me Mister program, a $50,000 grant to Urban Teachers and a $100,000 grant to Educate Texas. These grants are geared to support and celebrate these organizations, specifically as they strive to combat the nationwide teacher shortage.

Each organization has chosen a teacher or a future teacher to be honored with a surprise presentation as part of the BIG DAY. These individuals will be surprised with a $1,000 gift card and tickets to the 87th Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. Several additional teachers from both programs will receive gifts from the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, College Football Playoff and CFP Foundation.

WHEN: Tuesday, September 20, 2022 10a.m.

WHERE: 7300 University Hills Blvd, Dallas, TX 75241

Reading Room, 4th Floor of the Student Center (Building 10 on the map)

Parking:  Park in Lots 1 or 2 in the general or visitor spots only

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