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Pro Football HOF bringing “Honor the Heroes” at Duke Energy Center

CINCINNATI – Football fans can immerse themselves in the ultimate football experience – a 100,000 square foot, interactive, family fun Pro Football Hall of Fame event. The Pro Football Hall of Fame Tour “Honor the Heroes” will visit Duke Energy Convention Center on Saturday, Oct. 31 and Sunday, Nov. 1. Tickets are on sale now.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame Tour “Honor the Heroes” brings pro football’s most celebrated heroes of the game to fans of all ages across the country. Several Gold Jackets (living Hall of Famers) will make live appearances in Cincinnati, including James Lofton, Andre Reed and Anthony Muñoz.

Fans visiting the Pro Football Hall of Fame Tour “Honor the Heroes” will experience the game through interactive Hall of Fame exhibits, artifacts and multimedia displays in Legacy Hall. The Traditions Stage will feature Kids Press Conferences and Chalk Talk sessions, along with large screen, productions from NFL Films. Exclusive and authentic merchandise is available at the Hall of Fame Locker Room, and at www.profootballtour.com.

Guests can also compete in the Impact Zone featuring half of a football field full of activities including: Hall of Fame Training camp with various NFL Scouting Combine-inspired drills like tire and bungee runs, cone drills, and vertical leap assessments; Head-to-head field goal kicking, racing challenges and obstacle courses; HD Simulators with kicking and passing competitions, a 40-yard dash, and more.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame Tour was created to celebrate the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Mission to “Honor the Heroes of the Game, Preserve its History, Promote its Values and Celebrate Excellence Everywhere.”

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