Game 31 – The Bengals Make Warrior Wishes Come True!

November 21, 2016


While my dad was getting ready to make Warrior Wishes come true in Washington DC, our friends at the Bengals Bomb Squad & Bengals running back coach Kevin Caskey were making wishes come true in Cincinnati.


This experience was a total group effort.  Without the help and support of Shawn, John, and the whole Bengal Bomb Squad Tailgate promoting our efforts – and without Coach Caskey recognizing those efforts, this weekends special day for 4 of our nations military heroes never would have happened. 


Marine Cody Van Boxel, Navy PO David Waller, Army SSG Marlon McDonald and Army SFC Daniel Jensen were treated to a once in a lifetime experience on Saturday Morning at Bengals practice where they got to meet some of their favorite players including Andy Dalton and warrior wishes supporter Tyler Eifert!  

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Check out the custom Warrior Wishes cleats Tyler Eifert will be wearing for us on week 13 vs the Eagles!


On Sunday, Coach Caskey treated the warriors to the Bengals game, along with PreGame Field Passes!  

Unfortunately, the Bengals were defeated by the Bills 16-12, so our warriors did not get to see a victory, but a great time was had by all.  

As we mentioned before, we could not have made these Warrior Wishes come true without the help of Shawn, John, the Bengal Bomb Squad and Coach Caskey.  We cannot thank them enough for their support!


Most importantly, thank you to Marine Cody Van Boxel,Navy PO David Waller,Army SSG Marlon McDonald and Army SFC Daniel Jensen for their service & sacrifices.  They don’t go unnoticed, they are appreciated & will never be forgotten!

My dad will be in action tonight making wishes come true at the Redskins game.  Stay tuned for more details!

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