New York Jets fans are invited to a special viewing party this Sunday at Sportika Sports in Manalapan to watch the Jets-Dolphins game in Miami (1 pm kickoff).

This is the first of two special viewing parties hosted by Sportika in partnership with Peter Grandich and Company and the Shore Sports Network at their state-of-the-art 170,000 square foot indoor sports complex.

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This Sunday’s viewing party will feature a special appearance by Jets great Joe Klecko who will be available for autographs and pictures during the game. There will also be door prizes and a raffle for memorabilia and food and beverages will be available. In addition the Shore Sports Network will conduct a free drawing on location for a pair of tickets and parking pass to the Jets-Chargers game on December 24.

Admission to Sunday’s viewing party is FREE but you are asked to RSVP by filling out this form.

Sportika will host a Giants viewing party for their game with San Francisco on Sunday, November 12 featuring former Giant/Colts and Princeton University running back Keith Elias who will be on hand to meet and greet “Big Blue” fans.

Jeffrey L. Jordan, Sportika CEO said “in association with our strategic partner Peter Grandich and Company and the Shore Sports Network, we are looking forward to these Jets and Giants viewing parties at our sports complex in Manalapan.” “We have partnered with Peter Grandich and Company to focus on the development and progression of the student-athlete through financial literacy. These two exciting days will broaden the appeal of Sportika and allow us to share the experience of spending time with a diverse group of well-known former professional athletes from this area.”

Trinity Financial, Sports & Entertainment Management Company (A division of Peter Grandich and Company) has teamed up with Sportika to improve life skills and academic development of the student-athlete by means of personal mentoring and will work directly with them and their families in providing educational services that are related to financial literacy.

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