National Fantasy Football Convention Surprising Veterans with New Homes and Service Dogs

National Fantasy Football Convention will be held between July 13-15 in Fort Worth, Texas.


FORT WORTH, TX – Tony Romo’s National Fantasy Football Convention (NFFC) announced two exciting initiatives for veterans of the military that will take place at the second annual convention this July.

The NFFC, along with their partners Citi Bank Foundation and Soldier On will be surprising two injured veterans with brand new homes and will be working with Canine Champions for Veterans to provide veterans with the therapeutic service dogs.

“It’s no secret that we owe everything to those that have served our nation through the armed forces,” said NFFC CEO Andy Alberth. “We know that so many members of the military are enormous football fans and working with our great partners to say thank you for their dedication is truly special and so humbling.”

Held every July in North Texas, event organizers from NFFC have announced that this year’s convention will boast more than 200 professional football players and personalities, from every NFL team, ranging from Hall-of-Famers, current Pro-Bowlers and future first round draft picks to engage with fans this year.

The National Fantasy Football Convention will be held between July 13-15 in Fort Worth, Texas. Tickets for the Convention are now available at

About NFFC: The National Fantasy Football Convention (NFFC) is an annual interactive three-day event celebrating America’s largest sport. The convention features a series of events, exhibits, performances, and parties. Fans can throw around the pigskin with active NFL players, future first-round draft picks and Hall-of-Famers while learn draft strategies from fantasy gurus, meet their favorite stars and gain previously unprecedented access to the game. This year’s convention will also include the first ever Taste-of-Texas and the unveiling of the inaugural class of the official Fantasy Football Hall of Fame.

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