Fans Immerse themselves in the Ultimate Football Experience During Tulsa Fan Fest


Football Fans in Tulsa, Okla. were able to immerse themselves in the ultimate football experience at the Cox Business Center last weekend during the Pro Football Hall of Fame Fan Fest. Fans were able to experience the game through interactive Hall of Fame exhibits, artifacts from the Hall’s vast collection and multimedia displays.
Several Gold Jackets, including Bruce Matthews, Thurman Thomas, Kevin Greene and Barry Sanders, who played college football at Oklahoma State, were on hand during the event and participated in the kids chalk talk and taught football drills to youth participants.

Guests were also able to test their physical abilities in the Impact Zone that featured half of a football field full of activities and drills inspired by the NFL Scouting Combine. They could compare themselves to the latest crop of former college players who are hoping to get drafted in April.
It was truly a unique experience for fans, especially for one fan in particular who met one of his idols – Barry Sanders. You can read about his amazing time here>>>

Fans can also have a similar experience at the Hall of Fame when Gold Jacket Marcus Allen visits Canton for the Gold Jacket Great Day event on April 22. The event features a dynamic chalk talk with Allen led by the Hall’s historian, Joe Horrigan. Allen will reflect on his journey from the Heisman Trophy to his induction into the Hall of Fame. Fans will also have a chance to ask him questions. The chalk talk will be followed up with a photo op and autograph session. Tickets are selling fast so don't miss out. Purchase your tickets now>>>

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