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Chargers launch military fan club

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - San Diego has a huge military community and now the San Diego Chargers have become the first NFL team to launch a military fan club.

The Chargers have teamed up with AT&T to create the Bolts for the Brave Club.

For $49.99 a year, all Chargers fans who enroll will get a special VIP membership kit that includes exclusive team gear and a personalized welcome letter.

"We've got great military presence here in San Diego. We've got a lot of fans in the military and this was just a great sort of extension of all the other things that we have been doing," explained A.G. Spanos the CEO of the San Diego Chargers.

A portion of the money raised will benefit the armed services YMCA.

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