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Revolution players to bartend at Clearys for Taylor Twellman concussion charity

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New England Revolution players Lee Nguyen, Kevin Alston, Andrew Farrell and Bobby Shuttleworth will become celebrity bartenders at Boston's Clerys to benefit Taylor Twellman's concussion awareness foundation, ThinkTaylor, on Thursday, August 21.

The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and admission is free.

Legendary Revolution striker and current ESPN soccer analyst Taylor Twellman and Dalen Cuff, Comcast SportsNet anchor and host of “State of the Revs,” will also be present to mix it up with fans at Clerys.

All tips received will be donated to Twellman’s charity, ThinkTaylor, which supports education, fundraising and awareness of concussions and sports-related brain injuries. He launched the non-profit shortly after being forced to leave the game of soccer in 2010 following a head injury suffered during a game in 2008.

In his illustrious career, Twellman scored 100 goals in a 174 games (101 total) and was the youngest MLS player to ever hit that mark. He was MLS MVP in 2005, a two-time MLS Golden Boot winner, a five-time All-Star, an All-Star MVP, a two-time Best XI, a five-time MLS Player of the Week, a two-time MLS Goal of the Week, MLS Player of the Month, and winner of many New England Revolution team honors, including three-time MVP and five-time Golden Boot.

Revolution staff will also be in attendance at Clearys to hand out Revs gear and prizes.

WHEN: Thursday, August 21
6:30 p.m. – Doors open for event

WHERE: Clerys
113 Dartmouth St.
Boston, MA

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