The Raiders National Night Out was held at Kianga Isoke Palacio Park
In support of the Raiders National Night Out, an annual event that encourages police and community cooperation and local camaraderie to keep communities safer, the Las Vegas Raiders took part in two activities on Friday night.
Defensive end Tashawn Bower teamed up with officers from the Bolden Area Command of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to interact with the community at Las Vegas’ Kianga Isoke Palacio Park. The Silver and Black held a Raiders Junior Training Camp (RJTC), a free 60-minute youth football clinic that emphasizes physical activity and creating an enjoyable and safe atmosphere for kids.
The RJTC‘s curriculum was created to allow every student, regardless of their age, gender, aptitude, or background, to take part. Bower engaged in the RJTC as the coach for the kids.
Raider Nation on Location (RNOL), a campaign that puts the Raiders players in direct contact with the Raider Nation and community, was hosted by the Las Vegas Raiders at the Henderson Police Department’s Raiders National Night Out at Water Street Plaza. Attendees had the opportunity to play games for free signed memorabilia and Raiders