May 26, 2024

On Tuesday, Pride of Detroit concluded its Movember campaign with the annual marathon charity stream. The 16-hour live show significantly boosted our total funds raised for the Alzheimer’s Association and the Humane Society of West Michigan, reaching an impressive $41,065.08.

This outstanding achievement reflects the remarkable generosity and passion of our community. I express my deepest gratitude to everyone involved.

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Beyond the substantial contributions to the two causes, we also delivered compelling Detroit Lions content during the event. If you missed the live stream, you can catch the entire 16 hours on our YouTube page or Twitch. I’ve included the embedded video below, along with timestamps for each interview conducted throughout the day.

Timestamps:

  • 1:43:00 — Lions WR coach Antwaan Randle El
  • 2:25:00 — Detroit News writer Nolan Bianchi
  • 3:28:10 — COO of Fantasy Points, Brett Whitefield
  • 5:07:15 — Midweek Mailbag podcast with Jeremy and Erik
  • 6:25:30 — A to Z Sports’ (and POD alum) Mike Payton
  • 7:00:20 — Former Lions WR Herman Moore
  • 7:26:30 — Detroit News writer Justin Rogers
  • 8:27:00 — MLive writer Ben Raven
  • 8:59:30 — The Athletic’s Colton Pouncy
  • 10:16:30 — Erik Schlitt gets pelted with 2 dozen eggs by his kids
  • 10:56:45 — Lions center/guard Graham Glasgow
  • 11:58:30 — Lions play-by-play announcer Dan Miller
  • 12:57:30 — Alzheimer’s Association events manager Kathleen Colonello
  • 14:00:30 — Content creator and Lions fan Jonathan Blevins
  • 14:17:30 — ESPN’s Mina Kimes (part 1)
  • 0:00 — ESPN’s Mina Kimes (part 2)
  • 34:00 — Detroit Free Press writer Dave Birkett

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