Steeler Nation before the Steelers and Cowboys kickoff this Sunday at Heinz Field, one of the greatest Steelers of all-time will be in the house, as Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis will be on hand to be part of the “Built Ford Tough Toughest Tailgate” event outside Heinz Field before the game.
The event will feature Bettis local chef Justin Severino, as the pair will hold a massive tailgate full with games such as football toss and corn hole and uniquely cooked tailgate eats for the toughest Pittsburgh fans, veterans and more!
The event is sponsored by Ford, the Official Truck of the NFL, and the car company will be there to reward the toughest, most dedicated fans and local community heroes with this unique experience from 1pm to 4pm outside Heinz Field.
If you want to get involved, you can get invites this Friday, November 11th from 11am to 4pm, by ordering Ford Toughest Tailgate On Demand through the Uber app.
To activate the promotion, fans can open the Uber app and enter the promo code ‘FORDTOUGHPGH’, and request the ‘TAILGATE’ option. Lucky fans that connect with a driver will receive the delivery.
Lucky fans that connect with a driver will receive a special delivery from Severino, as he will go to your home or office in a 2017 Ford Super Duty complete with tickets to Sunday’s game, and an NFL Shop Gift Card.
Don’t miss out! For more details on all of the events, please visit www.FordToughestTicket.com.
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