This Friday, August 24, the fans will gather at Johnny Malloy’s 11636 Clifton “Blvd. with special Browns alumni Cleo Miller along with other Browns.
By Ray Robinson
The Boneyard restaurant onMayfield Rd.was over run with rabid Brown’s fans last Friday night as the Call and Post teamed up with the Cleveland Browns and the Eddie Johnson Foundation for a night of fun, food and festivities. The affair, dubbed “FANatical Fridays” is a weekly fundraiser held each and every Friday before theBrowns play a home game.
Fans have an opportunity to talk with former Browns players, take photos and get a few autographs. All for free. There were some fantastic prizes raffled off that included, two pair of tickets to a Cleveland Browns game, the soundtrack to the brand new movie featuring Whitney Houston, “Sparkle,” plenty of autographed items from the Browns, movie passes and a whole lot more.
On this night, former players Cleo Miller, Hanford Dixon and Greg Pruitt kept the fans barking and looking to destroy any team that dares come in contact with their beloved Cleveland Browns – current or former.
FANatical Fridays are sponsored in part by Coors beer and their presence was felt as the Coors Light Girls swirled throughout the house giving away free items with the Coors logo on them.
This Friday, August 24, the fans will gather at Johnny Malloy’s 11636 Clifton“Blvd. with special Browns alumni Cleo Miller along with other Browns. Go to www.callandpost.com for a complete list of places to join us for “Fanatical Fridays”.