Protect Your Skull Circle of Family and Friends Concussion Awareness Event for the Movie “Concussion” Starring Will Smith
Participating cities around the country, Christmas Weekend, December 25th – 27th 2015.
Join us for this one of a kind special event. Protect Your Skull, LLC. will have a “Concussion” movie release event promoting concussion, CTE, and TBI awareness in all sports at participating theaters nationwide during Christmas Weekend, Friday December 25th – 27th 2015. This will be a great event for family, friends, coaches, teammates, parents, and all athletes to be a part of.
Go to to order your special edition t-shirt for the event. Proceeds from the t-shirt sales during the event will go to support the Wounded Warrior Project in partnership with Embrace The Faith Foundation, Inc.
We have made it easy for everyone to participate in this event and we would love for family and friends to go see this movie as a group. Just go to our website and order the special edition t-shirts for yourself or your group. Then go enjoy the movie “Concussion” at any movie theater that is showing the movie on Christmas Weekend 2015. It’s just that simple. It is our hope as a brand that this movie will bring a heightened level of awareness to traumatic brain injuries and concussions in all sports. This is the goal of our brand; promoting playing all sports #SmarterAndSafer. Quality of life after the game matters most. Protect Your Skull!
We want this to be a social media event as well. This will go further to shine a much needed light on traumatic brain injuries. Please use the hash tag #ProtectYourSkull when posting your photos to Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. We look forward to seeing your posts!.
All media outlets are welcome to join us for this event.
Help us to promote TBI and concussion awareness in all sports by making the Protect Your Skull brand apart of your lifestyle. Go to to learn more about our brand. You can also send your comments and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concussion Movie Event Photos