John Graden and MATA Present National Martial Arts Day October 12th at AT&T Stadium – Home of the Dallas Cowboys



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The world’s largest domed structure will become the world’s largest martial arts dojo October 12th when the Martial Arts Teachers’ Association (MATA) hosts National Martial Arts Day (NMAD) at AT&T Stadium – Home of the Dallas Cowboys.




NMAD offers a rare opportunity for martial artists, fans, family and friends to combine an exciting morning of learning from a line up of world caliber martial arts and self-defense experts and an afternoon of exploring AT&T Stadium – Home of the Dallas Cowboys.

After a morning of high energy seminars, attendees are welcome to breakout a football to pass around, kick field goals and explore the amazing AT&T Stadium. 




Self-Guided Tours allows NMAD attendees to:


  • Enter the Players Locker Room

  • Check Out the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Locker Room

  • Experience the State of the Art Post Game Press Room

  • Take in the Amazing Cowboys Stadium Art Gallery 

  • Meet Past Dallas Cowboy Players

  • Get Pictures with the World Famous Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders

  • Visit the Box Club Facilities and Lounges

  • Relax in the Miller Light Club

  • Kick Field Goals

  • Throw the Football Around

  • Make End Zone and Sideline Catches (Keep both feet in!)





The highlight of the seminar lineup is being billed as the “Worlds’  Largest Child Anti-Abduction Seminar.” Chris Sutton, creator of the Cobra-Defense system is a former maximum security prison guard, street cop, and sheriff. He will be teaching a powerful and valuable 30-minute seminar that will teach children how to prevent someone from abducting them.

Other seminar leaders include world kickboxing champion Jim Graden, and James Tudtud of Empower Boxing™.
August 22 2013 TaeKwonDoTimes.