'Best Football Day Ever' Kicks Off Sunday, Nov. 7 at HOF

'Best Football Day Ever' Kicks Off Sunday, Nov. 7 at HOF

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame is launching a new series – “Best Football Day Ever” – on Sunday, Nov. 7, when the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Cleveland Browns at 1 p.m.

As a part of admission to the Hall that day, fans not only will be able to tour the Museum, but they also can watch the Week 9 NFL matchup in the Nash Family Event & Conference Center alongside Pro Football Hall of Famer and Browns Legend JOE DeLAMIELLEURE.

“We have been exploring ideas to enhance the guest experience and give back to fans, and we are excited to launch the ‘Best Football Day Ever’ as a way to do just that,” shared Jen Grisez, the Hall’s Vice President of Marketing. “Anyone visiting the Hall on Sunday, Nov. 7 will not only get to experience all the great exhibits the Museum has to offer, but they also will have the opportunity to watch two Ohio rivals face off alongside one of the greatest – Joe DeLamielleure – to ever play the game.”

Fans can enjoy a tailgate-like atmosphere inside with the game being shown on four large video screens, including the Hall’s new 36-foot-wide big screen, with seating in a variety of styles and interactive games taking place.

The first 100 guests will be entered into a “football squares contest” with prizes from the Hall of Fame Store given away after each quarter of the game. Additionally, fans will have the opportunity to purchase 50/50 tickets as well as raffle tickets to play DeLamielleure in cornhole during halftime of the game. Proceeds from the raffles will be donated to charities of the Hall of Famer’s choice.

Tailgate-style food will be provided free of charge to the first 400 guests. A cash bar will be available.

Photos with DeLamielleure will be permitted during the event, but no autographs will be signed.

To learn more about the “Best Football Day Ever” and plan your visit to the Hall, go to www.profootballhof.com/events/best-football-day-ever-nov-7th/

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