Michigan's Big Show reports on the changes being made to Michigan Bridge Cards.
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Pack Wars is a sports card event held every other month at The Stadium in Bay City, MI. Unlike some other forms of Pack Wars, at The Stadium you don't lose any of the cards you buy. Here's how it works: Each round we sell a different sports card product at a discounted price. Players can choose to buy the packs or skip the round. Everybody opens the packs and a statistic is chosen (tallest player, most career homeruns, most career free throws made, lowest card number etc...). The participant who pulls the card with the winning stat gets their name entered in a drawing for the grand prize (usually a large gift certificate to the store). Other features of our Pack Wars include FREE PIZZA, tivia questions, and price challenge where you can win cards by correctly guessing their current Beckett value. The next Pack Wars at The Stadium will be held on Saturday, March 5, 2011 at 5pm. NOTE: This video was made as a simple example of how Pack Wars works. We usually have a much larger group of participants.
Kirk Cousins leaves Capital Grille
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One incredible boy's love of cars inspired a team of hospital staff, car enthusiasts, and private car owners to create a magical day for kids at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital - and the result was Caden's Car Show. Learn more at http://www.mottchildren.org/team-caden, and help us keep Caden's legacy alive by learning more about organ donation and how you can make the gift of life at http://wolverinesforlife.org/
An Akron player was taken down and the referee decides to show a Michigan player a yellow card in Michigan's soccer match vs. #1 Akron 10/20/09.
Over 50,000 Michigan fans held up cards to create a stadium card stunt during the National Anthem. To learn more about Stadium Card Stunts, please visit www.cardstunts.com