20 08 2010

Hey guys, today is the LAST day to sign up for the Budweiser PK Challenge!   A part of all proceeds will go back to charity, and you will get a lower bowl ticket to the Real Salt Lake vs. Chicago Fire game, and a Nick Is My Homeboy t-shirt for entering.  Also, if you’re looking to snag some extra tickets to the game, you can get lower bowl seats at just $15 if you sign up.

The event starts at noon tomorrow at Rio Tinto Stadium, and will give you the chance to fire a penalty kick at me down on the field.  It’s just $50 for season ticket holders and $100 for non-season ticket holders.

You think you can get one past me?  We’ll see.  To sign up, call (801) 727-2796 or email Matt at  See you guys tomorrow!


16 08 2010

Who wants to take challenge me one-on-one in penalty kicks?!  Now is your chance!  This Saturday morning at 11am, I will take on 100 shooters down at Rio Tinto Stadium.

Everyone who signs up will get a Nick Is My Homeboy t-shirt, a lower bowl ticket to the Real Salt Lake vs. Chicago Fire match on Saturday, September 18th, and the option to purchase additional tickets at a discount rate.

A part of all proceeds will go back to the United Way charity.  For season ticket holders, the entry fee is just $50 and it’s only $100 for non-season ticket holders.  The PK challenge will kick off at noon.  This is not an event open to the public, so the only way to get in on the action is to sign up NOW!

To enter or with any questions you may have, make sure to call (801) 727-2796 or email Matt at now.

You think that you can slip one past me?!  We’ll see!

Photo by Dave Brewer


1 08 2010

Hey Twitter fans, are you getting a little tired of seeing the same basic background themes for your profile pages?

I just put the background image at the bottom of this post up on my Twitter page and it looks pretty dope.  I had it custom designed for me to rep for RSL and your homeboy.  If you want to put it up on your wall too, click the image below.  After it opens up into a new window, right click it and save it to your desktop.

Then, go into your Twitter account and click ‘Settings.’  After the settings options open up, click ‘design’ and then just scroll down until you see where it says ‘change background image.’  Click browse to find the image and save your changes.

If you want to follow updates and get some inside looks at stuff you otherwise can’t see, follow me on Facebook and Twitter.  Also, make sure you follow Kyle Beckerman, Tony Beltran, Andy Williams, and Chris Wingert.


1 08 2010