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Bengals and U.S. Marine Corps Team Up For Toys For Tots Collection

Posted Nov 22, 2016

The Bengals and the U.S. Marine Corps are teaming up for the annual Toys for Tots Collection, which will take place on Sunday, Dec. 4, prior to the Bengals’ home game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Bengals and the U.S. Marine Corps are teaming up for the annual Toys for Tots Collection, which will take place on Sunday, Dec. 4, prior to the Bengals’ home game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

U.S. Marine Corps volunteers will be at all entrances to Paul Brown Stadium with PODS to collect new, unwrapped toys and cash donations. Gates open at 11:30 a.m.

The Bengals have hosted this event for over 25 years.  More than 54,000 children in the eight county Tri-State area will benefit from the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots collection this year.

In 2015, Bengals fans generously contributed 6,635 toys and $53,400 in cash donations. The Bengals are challenging fans to break that record this year.

Fans are reminded that every contribution makes a difference for Tri-State children in need.

 

For more information call:

Sgt. John Mocahbee (Toys for Tots Coordinator)

(513) 212-2373

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