Supported by Moffitt Cancer Center, Third Annual Event to Feature Exclusive Player Discussion and All-New ExperiencesOn Friday, August 18, thousands of Tampa Bay Buccaneers female fans will descend upon Raymond James Stadium for the ultimate football party: 2017 Women of RED: The Takeover, supported by Moffitt Cancer Center. A night full of football and fun will feature all-new experiences, including an exclusive live discussion with Buccaneers players Ali Marpet, Clinton McDonald, and 2017 first-round draft pick O.J. Howard. Unique opportunities like listening into quarterback Jameis Winston’s radio helmet before he calls a play, talking with Buccaneers scouts about player analysis, and learning how the league’s schedule-makers map out the complete NFL schedule are just some of the interactive discussions and hands-on activities for female fans to enjoy. The Takeover will build off the breakthrough success of the first two Women of RED season kickoff events which, since the launch of the program, have connected the Buccaneers with thousands of female fans. For more information, visit buccaneers.com/RED/takeover.
2017 Women of RED: The Takeover, supported by Moffitt Cancer Center
Glazer Family Foundation Co-President Darcie Glazer Kassewitz
Buccaneers players O.J. Howard, Ali Marpet and Clinton McDonald
Renowned WFLA news anchor Gayle Sierens
Thousands of Buccaneers fans
Raymond James Stadium – East Club
4201 N. Dale Mabry Highway
Tampa, FL 33607
Friday, August 18
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. Doors open
7:20 p.m. Special guests take the stage
7:25 p.m. Panel discussion between Sierens and Howard, Marpet and McDonald
Parking: Media parking in Lot B off of Himes Avenue
Media should check in at the Ticket Assistance tent outside the East Club entrance to receive a wristband for event access.
**Media should RSVP to Allen Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: Allen Barrett