The Los Angeles Rams celebrated the move of their practice facility to Woodland Hills at a festive event at Topanga Village Tuesday afternoon. The event culminated the Rams’ Community Blitz Day of Service where team players, employees and staff gave back to local organizations such as the West Valley Food Pantry, Calabash Charter Academy and Woodlake Elementary Community Charter. The new practice facility will be built at the old Anthem property, which Rams’ owner Stan Kroenke bought, along with The Promenade and Topanga Village shopping centers.
Game Day “Voice of the Rams” Sam Ligana said the Rams have been searching for a “forever home” and found it in WoodlandHills. Rams COO Kevin Demodf said they were building the “world’s greatest practice facility” at the Anthem
property’s over 100 acres.
Teresa Ngo, owner of Blinkie’s Donuts, passed out Rams-themed donuts as the newest certified “RamsHouse” member.