Bengals Fan Cutouts Raise $34,000 For Local Charities

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Unable to host fans at their home opener on Sunday at 4:05 p.m. against the L.A. Chargers, the Bengals ran a fan cutout program to get fans' pictures into seats at Paul Brown Stadium. The successful program raised more than $34,000 for six of the Bengals' longstanding community partners and filled the designated end zone sections in the stadium.

The Bengals thank their amazing fans for their generosity and support for The Boys & Girls Club, Freestore Foodbank, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Salvation Army, TriHealth's Good Samaritan Foundation and United Way of Greater Cincinnati.  

The cutouts will remain in-place in October when 6,000 fans are permitted back to Paul Brown Stadium for the Bengals' home games against the Jacksonville Jaguars and Cleveland Browns. The cutout sections will serve as a separator between zones of fans, which is a key component of the Bengals' approved variance plan.

Unable to host fans at their home opener Sunday against the L.A. Chargers, the Bengals ran a fan cutout program to get fans' pictures into seats at Paul Brown Stadium. The team views the program as a success as it raised over $34,000 for six of the Bengals' longstanding community partners and filled the designated endzone sections in the stadium.

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