FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE; WED., OCT. 19, 2016
FROM CINCINNATI BENGALS PUBLIC RELATIONS
BENGALS SUPPORT BREAST CANCER AWARENESS
AT SOLD OUT GAME AGAINST CLEVELAND
The Bengals' game this Sunday against Cleveland at Paul Brown Stadium is a sellout, the club's ticket office announced today. Kickoff against the Browns is at 1 p.m.
The Bengals have several things planned on Sunday to honor those affected by breast cancer. Survivors and caregivers will be recognized during pregame ceremonies, including the unveiling of an oversized pink ribbon on the field, courtesy of team partner TriHealth. There will also be a presentation revealing the 2016 winner of the Marvin Lewis Community Fund Pink Football Award.
TriHealth will distribute information at their Women's Services Van in the pregame Jungle Zone area, and TriHealth will give pink scarves to women as they enter the gates, while supplies last. Also, more than 100 members of Zeta Tau Alpha will distribute pink ribbons to fans as part of their "Think Pink" program.
Tickets are available for Bengals home games on Sunday, Nov. 20 vs. Buffalo (the only home game in November), Sunday, Dec. 4 vs. Philadelphia (Eagles' first visit since 2008) and Sunday, Jan. 1 vs. Baltimore (New Year's Day division-rival game). Tickets can be purchased by phone through the Bengals Ticket Hotline at (866) 621-TDTD (8383) or online at www.Bengals.com/tickets.