GDFL WELCOME WEST VIRGINIA SMASH
Morgantown,WV – The Gridiron Development Football League (GDFL) is proud to announce the addition and partnership of the league’s newest team, the West Virginia Smash.
The Smash organization bring a professional brand and are looking to compete on a national platform.
"We are excited about our new opportunity in the The Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL) and looking forward to a great partnership," stated James Clark which is part of an ownership group that also include Billy Bussey and Phillip Furman who also run Kids to Camp and Beyond Inc.
The West Virginia -based ownership group also revealed their team colors will be blue and silver — with an oversized "S" in a Diamond shape representing Smash.
Note: As an added bonus,Attorney James Clark will also sit on our legal advisory Board.
With the inclusion of the West Virginia Smash organization, the GDFL continues to prepare the 2018 schedule and it will be released in the coming week.
ABOUT THE GDFL
The Gridiron Developmental Football League is a Professional Developmental Football League based in Memphis, Tennessee. This League was established to provide the community with high quality sports entertainment and to provide athletes the opportunity to participate in professional sports. We are looking at partnering with national and local area businesses in our pursuit of excellence and commitment to our community. Our commitment, dedication, and vision are set on building a firm foundation for professionalism and quality. The Gridiron Developmental Football League continues to strive to provide a quality minor professional level of football throughout the United States and beyond giving area athletes and fans the opportunity be a part of history. Our organization would like to thank you for your support. We are excited about the upcoming season and look forward to “Making AN IMPACT” in our Community.
Fans can visit our website at www.gdfl.org for upcoming announcements, ticketing info, and player tryouts.
The GDFL Communications Office contributed to this article.