Bengals will be thinking pink for Dolphins game

An added note about the Cincinnati Bengals’ next home game, Oct. 7 against the Miami Dolphins.

Bengals officials want you to know that it will be Breast Cancer Awareness Day at Paul Brown Stadium.

Volunteers from  Zeta Tau Alpha will distribute pink ribbons and information cards to fans as they enter the stadium.  In the Jungle Zone, there will be a Women’s Services van with volunteers distributing information, courtesy of team partner, TriHealth.  Pre-game will include several special presentations: one to announce the “Sack Breast Cancer” program in conjunction with TriHealth, and another to honor the Marvin Lewis Community Fund’s Pink Football Award Winner. The Pink Football Award Winner will also deliver the pink coin to midfield for the coin toss.   The Bengals will also present grants to TriHealth and Mercy Health for breast cancer-related work.

Also, there will be a pre-game performance by the Junior Ben-Gals, and halftime will be K9 Crew (Frisbee Dogs).

As previously noted, the Bengals have been marketing “Pack E” — a ticket pack that pairs the Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers games at Cincinnati. Ticket packs give fans the same seats for both games, plus priority over general public for possible availability of playoff tickets. Tickets can be obtained through the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 866-621-8383 or through Bengals.com.

 

 



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