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2019 Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl Press Conference Starts Ball Rolling
Dec 6, 2019 - 3:00:23 PM

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Nassau, The Bahamas - A Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl Press Conference was held December 5, 2019 at Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium to introduce the '2019 Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl' teams -- Buffalo Bulls and Charlotte 49ers -- as well as Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl, and Bahamas Government representatives.  Details of the game were discussed.  Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl is a first-class international bowl experience that promotes The Bahamas.  The sixth annual game takes place in Nassau at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium on December 20, and is televised in the United States on ESPN.  Pictured from left: Burton Rodgers, Chairman NSA-Bahamas; Lance Leipold, Head Coach, Buffalo Bulls; Mark Alnutt, Director of Athletics, Buffalo; Ellison 'Tommy' Thompson, Deputy Director General, Ministry of Tourism and Aviation; Lea Tooley, Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl;  Richard Giannini, Executive Director, Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl; Mike Hill, Director of Athletics, Charlotte; Will Healy, Head Coach, Charlotte 49ers; and  Quinton Brennen, General Manager of the National Stadium.  (BIS Photo/Kemuel Stubbs)



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