All Fun At Pittsburgh Steelers ‘Ben-B-Q’

By Jessica Costello

The Pittsburgh Steelers training camp is in full swing, but there’s always time to give back to the community.

The Steelers hosted a ‘Ben-B-Q’ after practice to give back to the community and to the leaders who’ve stepped up their volunteer game.

Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger, Maurkice Pouncey, Ramon Foster, and Alejandro Villanueva spent the afternoon with a selected group of people that were chosen to be rewarded because of their community involvement, all part of the NFL’s goal to have 100 Million Minutes of volunteerism and community activism for its 100th season.

“That is what makes it fun,” said Roethlisberger. “We love giving back to the community and we love when people give back to the community. With them giving back we can reward them for all of their work. It’s a fun little thing.”

Winners were also selected who shared their community involvement as a part of the #SteelersHuddlefor100, including Rhyan Breen, who helped a rehab project for the Knights of Columbus, and Kimberly Sabatano, who volunteered for a charity golf outing.

“It’s such a cool thing for these people to do it and for us to recognize them,” said Roethlisberger. “We always get recognized for things we do, but they don’t and it’s great we are able to do this.”

Comment below who you would like to see at some of the next charity events, Steelers fans!


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