It's the spookiest time of the year with Halloween just around the corner.
To get everyone in the spirit and raise money for a great cause, Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki hosted a Halloween costume party. The event was hosted by Ravens players including Lamar Jackson, Justin Tucker, and Hayden Hurst to support the Bradley & Nikki Bozeman Foundation, which seeks to make a difference in the lives of at-risk children and families with a focus on the dangers of childhood bullying.
TOMORROW IS THE DAY! Get your tickets RIGHT NOW at https://t.co/xGET8TxDwj Don't miss a great opportunity to hangout with all your favorite Ravens players! All proceeds go to the Bradley and Nikki Bozeman Foundation for the fight against Childhood bullying! Hope to see you there! pic.twitter.com/ssE7J6pL8A— Bradley Bozeman (@BSBoze) October 29, 2019
The event featured a ton of food, dancing, open bar, and of course a costume contest. And there was no shortage of contest contestants. Bradley and Nikki Bozmen did their best Fred and Wilma Flinstone impression, while Lamar Jackson embraced his inner Harry Potter from Hogwarts.
Happy Halloween from the Bozeman's! Lots of frights and fun happening at their Halloween Costume Party, benefiting the Bradley & Nikki Bozeman Foundation. Congrats on a great event! #OurTeamOurCommunity pic.twitter.com/PrTMtA2AJX— Ravens Community (@RavensCommunity) October 30, 2019
Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 30, 2019
Lamar Jackson went as Harry Potter went for Bradley Bozeman's Halloween party. He said he felt like he was back in "that wizards' place."— Jonas Shaffer (@jonas_shaffer) October 30, 2019
He meant Hogwarts. pic.twitter.com/MOXRwXAuUO
The winner of the costume contest has yet to be announced, so stay tuned but QB1 is our clear frontrunner.
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