Hoxworth Blood Center and Cincinnati Bengals partner for blood drive at Paul Brown Stadium
Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati, and the Cincinnati Bengals are once again teaming up to host a blood drive at Paul Brown Stadium.
The blood drive will be 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday, May 31, in the East Club Lounge. All donors who roll up a sleeve will receive an exclusive “It Is Us” Bengals T-shirt. Free parking will be available on the East Plaza.
“We are thrilled to bring lifesaving Bengals fans back together at Paul Brown Stadium for one of our most popular blood drives,” says Jackie Marschall, Hoxworth spokesperson. “We are so grateful for the continued partnership with the Cincinnati Bengals, and we’re thankful to fans for the support in helping Hoxworth collect lifesaving blood donations for local patients.”
Additionally, those unable to make it to Paul Brown Stadium can schedule an appointment for May 31 at one of Hoxworth’s seven Neighborhood Donor Centers to donate blood or platelets and receive the free Bengals T-shirt.
Because of the anticipated popularity of the Bengals blood drive, appointments are highly encouraged. To schedule a donation, visit hoxworth.org/bengals or call (513) 451-0910. Hoxworth Blood Center and the Cincinnati Bengals – saving lives close to home.
Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati, was founded in 1938, and serves more than 30 hospitals in 18 counties in Southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana. Annually, Hoxworth collects more than 100,000 units of blood from local donors to help save the lives of patients in area hospitals. Hoxworth Blood Center: Saving Lives Close to Home.
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