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Reds Looking To Honor Heroes, First Responders

To Be Recognized In-Game

The Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Bell and Kroger are looking for members of the Armed Forces and local First Responders to be honored at Great American Ball Park during the 2018 season. 

Cincinnati Bell Hometown Heroes
At every Reds game, a past or present member of the United States Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force or Coast Guard) will be recognized as the Cincinnati Bell Hometown Hero of the game. 

The Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Bell and Kroger are looking for members of the Armed Forces and local First Responders to be honored at Great American Ball Park during the 2018 season. 

Cincinnati Bell Hometown Heroes
At every Reds game, a past or present member of the United States Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force or Coast Guard) will be recognized as the Cincinnati Bell Hometown Hero of the game. 

Each Hometown Hero will receive four tickets to the game, an official hat and a Reds Hometown Hero challenge coin.

Submit nominations online at reds.com/Heroes to nominate a Hometown Hero. 

The 2018 season will mark the sixth year of the Cincinnati Bell Hometown Hero program.

Kroger First Responders 
For the second year in a row, the Reds and Kroger are partnering to honor local first responders at Great American Ball Park. 

At every Reds home game, Kroger and the Reds will recognize a local first responder (police, fire, paramedic or EMT) on the videoboard during the game and provide four complimentary game tickets.

The Kroger First Responders will also receive an official hat and a Reds First Responder certificate.

Fans can nominate a first responder at reds.com/FirstResponder.


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