In a bid to lure top talent from across the country, recruiters are now touting the All Star Game as a potential cash cow for the U.S. military.
According to the recruitment website AllStar247.com, the Allstar Game has become the biggest event in recruiting, with recruits saying it is worth more than the NFL and NFL Network combined.
The event attracts a large number of military and national guards, but not all of them are signed on for the event.
“The All-star game has been a huge event in the recruitment world for a long time, and the opportunity to compete at this big event will help our military recruit,” said Jason Pohl, a recruiting expert with the recruiter company 247Sports.
“There are a lot of teams out there, but a lot are looking at it as a big money event.
I can guarantee that the USMC is going to make an appearance.”
The USMC has long used the AllStar Game as an opportunity to showcase its talent.
In 2017, the game drew over 100,000 fans and the US Army National Guard announced it would hold the event in 2020.US Marine Corps recruiters recently shared their thoughts on the Allstars chances of winning the game, saying it could be the biggest money maker in their career.
“We think it is going the right way,” said Sgt. Andrew Tynan, a recruiter for the Marine Corps.
“The USMCA is doing a great job and is showing their commitment to the All Stars.
The USMC and Marine Corps have a great relationship.
They are doing a tremendous job of recruiting, and they will do well.”
The military is also planning to use the AllStars event to boost morale in the upcoming budget negotiations, and will be bringing in top talent to help boost the morale of the troops.
According a statement from the USMCC, the event will feature a roster of top players from the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine services.
The players will be the stars of a variety of entertainment programs, including a film, concert, and live event.
The event is expected to be held in late February or early March.USMCC recruiting analyst David Ragan, a former NFL scout, said he expects the event to generate an incredible amount of interest for military and National Guard recruits, which will help the military out in its fight against sequestration.
“I think it’s going to be the big one for the military, because it is the only event where you have all these players from all these different service branches,” said Ragan.
“It is the perfect showcase event for them.”