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NCAA Sports programs all over the country are spending big money on nutrition. Eating the right food, along with strength and endurance training, are the latest areas where teams believe they can bring a considerable advantage to the football field.
Wednesday, August 21, from 7-10 p.m. LIVE on KFVE, you can help upgrade our Rainbow Warriors' training table and nutrition program.
Join the coaches and Rainbow Warriors, past and present, for a special fundraiser presented by Na Koa Football Club and Hawaii News Now.
Steve Uyehara, Mike Cherry and Mark Carpenter are your hosts for the evening. Call in your donation and speak with one of the former Rainbow Warriors who will be there to take your call. Or make a donation online at nakoa.org. The live broadcast will be streamed on nakoa.org and hawaiinewsnow.com.
Whatever you can donate is greatly appreciated. Let's Go ‘Bows!