Steelers to host Ladies Night Out

This year's event is sold out

The Pittsburgh Steelers will host an evening of football and fun at Heinz Field for ladies only.

Registration is now open for the "2011 Steelers Ladies Night Out presented by UPMC Cancer Centers" at Heinz Field on Wednesday October 12 from 4-10 p.m.

This year the UPMC Cancer Centers have teamed up with the Steelers for Ladies Night Out, and will offer some educational tips and preventive measures that should be a part of every woman's game plan to defend against cancer.

The evening will include a prime rib dinner in the Club Lounge with two current Steelers players providing insight into what life is like for them during the football season.

Participants will enjoy a tour of Heinz Field and be part of the audience in a live taping of the PNC Steelers Huddle TV Show in the Coca-Cola Great Hall, hosted by either Ryan Clark or one of his teammates (still TBA).

Other highlights include a gift bag featuring a ladies cut long sleeve Steelers t-shirt, 2011 Steelers Yearbook and a 2011 Team Photo signed by the two current players appearing at the Club Lounge.

Registration will be on a first received, first served basis and expects to sell out fast.  The cost of the event is $110.  To register for the 2011 Steelers Ladies Night Out presented by UPMC Cancer Centers click below:2011 Steelers Ladies Night Out
If you wish to pay by check or money order, please download the application below:

* Ladies Night Out application
For more information, please call 412-697-7713.

The Steelers appreciate the number one female fan base in the NFL and we hope to see you on Wednesday October 12 at Heinz Field.

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