The Browns activate various Play 60 opportunities throughout the year for kids to get active.
The Browns Fall Play 60 Challenge will launch September 23rd and is designed to motivate 7th and 8th grade students to become physically active for 60 minutes each day. Middle Schools can sign their students up TODAY for the fall challenge which is in partnership with American Heart Association and in association with with Cleveland Clinic, Medical Mutual, and American Dairy Association Mideast and Fuel Up to PLAY 60. The Challenge is a six-week program for students to track their minutes of physical activity and is designed to provide schools additional opportunities to help students be active and healthy throughout school and everyday life. Eligible schools can sign up for the Browns PLAY 60 Challenge for a chance to win Browns prizes, including invitations to the Browns-Jaguars game (Dec. 1) for top student participants. If your school wants to take the challenge, call the Cleveland Browns Community Relations Department at 440-891-5000. Don’t wait, sign up your middle school TODAY!
The Browns hold a Play 60 Challenge every spring and fall and this past spring, nearly 2,000 students from nine Cleveland-area schools logged more than 4.5 million minutes of physical activity, equivalent to a combined 8.5 years of exercise during a six-week period.
The Browns PLAY 60 movement, contributing to the NFL’s nation-wide initiative to promote youth health and wellness by getting active at least 60 minutes each day, is in association with Cleveland Clinic, Medical Mutual, and American Dairy Association Mideast and Fuel Up to PLAY 60. The Browns promote PLAY 60 in the local community throughout the year to ensure kids and families are learning about and taking steps toward a healthy lifestyle.