Get Ready!: Rockin' Rally Fundraiser in Conjunction with The Ohio - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Get Ready!: Rockin' Rally Fundraiser in Conjunction with The Ohio State University Game

 

Cleveland, OH (WOIO) - Local Ohio State University fans will have a unique opportunity to celebrate the Buckeyes along with former Ohio State athletes and area alumni while supporting the mission of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission at the Rockin' Rally Fundraiser event on Friday, September 18th.

The Rockin' Rally began at 7:00PM Friday at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, preceding The Ohio State University versus University of Toledo game at Cleveland Browns Stadium on September 19th.

 Funds raised through event ticket sales and a silent auction will help the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission in its mission to measurably enhance the economy, image and quality of life in the Greater Cleveland community by attracting and creating significant sporting events and activities.

Rockin' Rally tickets include a game ticket in the lower bowl between the 30's, open bar and heavy appetizers and live entertainment in a Buckeye-casual atmosphere. Ohio State Sports Alumni scheduled to appear include Jim Jackson, Dennis Hopson, Cornelius Green, Tom Cousineau, Raymont Harris, Brad Sellers, Tom Tupa and Jim Houston. The Ohio State University President E. Gordon Gee, Coach Jim Tressel and Athletic Director Gene Smith will also be in attendance.

Rockin' Rally tickets can be purchased for $500 with a game ticket ($300 tax deductible) or $250 without a game ticket ($150 tax deductible). For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.patriotbowl.com or call 216-621-0600.

The mission of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission is to measurably enhance the economy, image and quality of life in the Greater Cleveland community by attracting and creating significant sporting events and activities. Since 2000, the Sports Commission has been responsible for attracting over ninety sporting events and activities to the Greater Cleveland area, generating nearly $300 million in economic impact. For more information on the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, visit www.clevelandsports.org.

Powered by Frankly