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This Fall at the Hall

This Fall at the Hall

09/26/2018
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The Pro Football Hall of Fame has several promotions and events taking place this fall.
 

FIRST RESPONDERS MONTH

The Pro Football Hall of Fame will provide free museum admission and parking to all first responders in the state of Ohio plus one guest throughout October. This includes all law enforcement officials (Police, Sheriffs and State Troopers), firefighters, paramedics and EMT workers who risk their lives every day in order to ensure the safety of others. A valid ID card must be presented at the Hall’s Ticket Office to receive this offer.

MILITARY MONTH

The Pro Football Hall of Fame will provide free museum admission and parking to all veterans and active military plus one guest throughout November. This offer is good for all United States active duty including National Guard Reservists and retired military service members who show a valid military ID at the Hall’s Ticket Office.

VETERANS DAY EVENT AT THE HALL ON SATURDAY, NOV. 3

The Hall of Fame’s annual Veterans Day Event takes place on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 11 a.m. This year’s program is titled “Honoring the Nation’s Heroes.” The program will include special guest of honor U.S. Army Veteran and Pittsburgh Steelers legend Rocky Bleier. On the day of the event, Blue Star Mothers and Gold Star Families will receive free admission and all who attend the event will receive a commemorative Patriotic Hall of Fame pin and challenge coin.

FREE KIDS FRIDAY

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 18th Annual FREE Kids Friday event will be held on Nov. 23. This annual tradition takes place the day after Thanksgiving as a way of kicking off the holiday season and welcoming families to a fun-filled day of activities, holiday cheer, and giveaways.


Additional details on the events and offers will be posted to the Hall of Fame’s website. For full info and to access the Hall’s event calendar, guests can go to: https://www.profootballhof.com/events/

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