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XFL Team President Meet Ups, XFL DC President Joins Trust

This week two XFL team presidents will be holding Q&A sessions with fans. Both will take place on Thursday, August 8th.

XFL Los Angeles Team President Heather Brooks Karatz along with Offensive Coordinator Norm Chow will be holding a Q&A with fans. Details on time and place of the event have yet to be announced.

UPDATE: on the time and place.

XFL Houston Team President Brian Michael Cooper is holding his Q&A at Christian’s Tailgate at 5114 Kirby Drive from 6:00-7:30 pm. His event includes a chance to win some XFL Houston gear.

If you attend any of these events on Thursday, August 8th, email us at with your report. Let us and the XFL army how it went.

Washington Business Journal Leadership Trust

XFL DC Team President Erik Moses was chosen to be part of the Washington Business Journal Leadership Trust. This group is an invite-only network of influential business leaders, executives, and entrepreneurs in Washington. The purpose of this group is to “to share their experience and insight as they grow the city’s culture of collaboration and innovation.”

The XFL team presidents are fulfilling part of the mission statement from Oliver Luck and Jeffrey Pollack. Be part of the community. Expect more of these events as XFL team names are announced and season ticket packages are released.

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  1. Thomas Joseph

    August 7, 2019 at 8:17 pm

    We need a team name and logo for all right cities just as soon as possible. The pre-season NFL games are here. Maybe a half-hour unveiling show!

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