This should definitely be a success.
According to the Boston Globe, Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski will host a ladies night out football clinic at Harvard University on November 11.
It sounds like the Manning Passing Academy meets Sex In The City.
Centered around football, women, and adult beverages — three favorite features of many a single man in his mid-20s — the Patriots’ tight end will host the inaugural Citi Rob Gronkowski Football 101 Women’s Clinic on the Monday evening coming out of the team’s bye week, joining with area high school and college coaches to direct activities at an event that promises a “focus on football basics with a social twist.”
When female Citi Card members who pay $99 arrive at 5 p.m., they’ll first partake in a cocktail hour, where they’ll have access to Gronk-tinis — the ingredients will be left to your imagination — along with beer, wine, and food.
After that they’ll move on to the football clinic, where they’ll separate into small groups and go station to station working on football fundamentals and competing in skills competitions. They’ll do that until 8, and then it’s time for coffee and dessert. The consummate post-game snack.
Before they leave, participants — who must be 21 or older — will also hear Gronkowski “give talks highlighting the finer points of the game of football and beyond,” as well as take a team photo with the tight end, have the opportunity to win prizes, and go home with an authentic autograph and a T-shirt.
The day before, Gronk will be holding a football camp for the son’s of those same mom’s at Medfield High School for kids in grades 1-8.
Later that evening he’ll be watching Sunday Night Football with Citi Card holders at Bar Louie in Patriots Place, reportedly taking pictures, signing autographs, and interacting with everyone who pays $87.