Browns Staff Preps for Season with HOF Visit

Staff members from the Cleveland Browns, led by team Vice President of Marketing and Sponsorship Kevin Griffin, made a visit to the Pro Football Hall of Fame yesterday. Griffin, who enjoyed his own visit to the Hall several weeks ago, decided to bring over 35 of the Browns front office staff for a day at the museum. They were able to soak in the history of the game in effort to get ready for the upcoming season.

“It was an amazing visit to the Hall of Fame today,” said Griffin. “We have no option but to appreciate how lucky we are to work in a business with such a storied history.”

Members of the Browns front office were also presented the plans for the upcoming Hall of Fame Village and were given a behind the scenes tour led by Hall of Fame officials.
Hall of Fame Collections Curator Jason Aikens showed off different Browns artifacts to the group. Some of those artifacts included jerseys worn by Hall of Famers Ozzie Newsome and Otto Graham, Lou Groza’s cleats and Paul Brown’s camera.
“The Browns organization has been a great partner of the Hall for many years. They have helped us preserve football’s history by donating artifacts from their franchise,” commented Aikens.
This upcoming August will be designated as Browns Month at the Hall of Fame.

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