Dinner with Donald Jones, brought to you by Center Ice Sports Cards

From Ken at Center Ice Sports Cards in Tonawanda:

On behalf of Buffalo FAMbase, Inc., I am honored to announce the opportunity for ALL of Bills Mafia to join us for dinner with former wide receiver of the Buffalo Bills, Donald Jones.

On Thursday, June 12th, 7:30pm at Buffalo Wild Wings (on Niagara Falls Blvd in Tonawanda), we are going to hold a dinner to raise awareness and money for the disease that Donald Jones lives with. As most are aware, Donald’s NFL career was cut short as he has battled kidney issues and recently had a kidney transplant as a result of his condition.

(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images North America)
(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images North America)

A $10 suggested donation allows you to join Donald and us as he shares his inspiring story and his transition to professional baseball. Get an up close and personal interaction with a man who played for our beloved BUFFALO Bills and can share insight into the team we love.

Food and drink are not included with your donation, but Buffalo Wild Wings is generous enough to donate 10% of your pre-tax food and drink purchases that night to the IgA Nephropathy Foundation of America to help their cause.

Any questions you have can be directed to @Sports716Cards on Twitter, 716-957-7342 by phone, or in person at Center Ice Sports Cards at 11 Glenalby Road (at the corner of Niagara Falls Blvd).

While tickets will be available at the door, we encourage you to purchase a ticket in advance so we can get a gauge on how many people are looking to join us as we have limited space.

Donations can be made at Center Ice Sports Cards beginning today, Monday, June 2. If you cannot make it into the store and need to make other arrangements, please get in contact with us via Twitter or by phone (info above). We hope to see everyone there! We are excited to see our Bills Fam another time before the season! Go Bills!

About Del Reid

Del Reid became a Bills fan shortly after coming into this world, having been raised in a home that actually had a framed picture of OJ Simpson on the wall in the living room (until it came down in 1994). Del has always had a passion for bringing people together to celebrate things they share in common. As a result, he (quite accidentally) ended up co-founding the #BillsMafia movement among Bills fans in social media -- which to this point is the coolest thing that has ever happened to him aside from his relationship with God, his wife, and his two awesome kids. Follow him on Twitter at @mrdeadlier.