Biscuit the Bulldog joined the Allen Americans after an extensive search for the American’s mascot. He expressed strong interest in being a part of the organization and when the team signed him, he marked it down as the “best day of his life.” Since making his official debut October 15th at home against the Brahmas, he has gone on to become an integral part of the team. Whether dancing during stoppages in play, competing on the ice during intermissions or doing work in the community, Biscuit is enjoying his time in Allen immensely and looks forward to many years more years with the team.
What is better than having the the one and only Allen Americans bulldog at your next event? Nothing! Don’t miss your opportunity to book Biscuit the Bulldog before his busy schedule fills up. Perfect for birthdays, school events, corporate functions, block parties and so much more!
Interested in booking Biscuit for a birthday party or appearance? Call 972-912-1027, fill in this form – AAMascotForm, or email Corey@allenamericans.com for more information
Biscuit’s Bully Busters Overview
30 Minute Time Slot
Needs: P.A System of some kind, with capability of playing music, Mic
Biscuit and the speaker will teach children in schools about bullying as well as the different types of bullying.
Did you know 3.2 million Students are victims of bullying each year?
The Allen Americans and your school are teaming up to change that! Biscuit and the speaker will teach S.T.I.C.K. to all the children through physical comedy, as well as talking about real life situations. They will also grace over the different types of bullying and what they mean (Physical, Mental, Self-Bullying, and Online Bullying). Through this 40 minute assembly the children will learn how to not be a bully, and avoid bullying when they are faced with a problem or situation.
Types of Bullying Addressed:
Physical- Bullying that hurts
Social- Bullying with words
Self-Bullying- Think positively about yourself
Online Bullying- Bullying through social media
See something say something!
Talk it out- If you see a friend being a bully to someone don’t join in, talk them out of a situation.
Compassion: You need to respect everyone and show them compassion.
Knowledge- Knowledge is power.
For more information about the program contact Corey Essman at 972-912-1027, or email Corey@allenamericans.com