November 16th, 2017

How SCDCFC shows appreciation for Veterans through club event

SCDCFC, a Dallas Cowboys fan club in California is currently honoring and recognizing Veterans through watch parties and charity events. With a thriving membership group of die hard fans their leadership takes great pleasure in showing recognition and appreciation for it’s diverse culture. 

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Headed by a amazing Cowboys Fan, and Club President Luis Garcia He is currently doing great work to make our Veterans feel welcome. Also at home by arranging events with prize giveaways to fans to honor them for their hard work and determination in serving our country.

I asked Luis Garcia what propelled him to do a event like this.

“It’s great to give back to the community by engaging members in various charity organizations with Veterans on Veterans day weekend.” It’s great to hear their stories through their service to their country to keep our borders safe here and abroad. “

This weekend’s meetup vs. the Atlanta Falcons brought a lot of people out . The fans were treated in meeting Veterans and having conversations with them. They also had the opportunity to win some great prizes which included a signed Michael Irvin Jersey.

Pictured here is the winner Deandra Aguiar.



Luis Garcia along with Robert Morales, and the sister clubs the 805 Stars headed by Cesar Rodriguez, and the Cowboys Empire which is run by Michael Ochoa and Frank Cano have been engaging Cowboys fans for many years on the West Coast with meetups through out the season. In addition the off season as well incorporating them with charity events. Win Lose or draw Cowboys fans come out each and everyday.

This is what Luis Garcia and his SCDCFC fan club chapters are doing for the Veterans  as well as many other charity organizations through out the year. He is someone we can all learn from to give back to the community. Connect with them online today. 

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