Meet NFL Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerome “The Bus” Bettis for Food, Fun, and Margaritas
Join our friend, neighbor, BCRF ambassador, son of breast cancer survivor, and NFL Pro Football Hall of Famer — Jerome “The Bus” Bettis — at Mojave on Wednesday, November 15th.
Yummy food, fun margaritas, a chat with Jerome Bettis, and seeing friends while raising money for breast cancer research. Now that’s the winning play!
There’s no charge to attend. A portion of the food and beverage you purchase will go to A Cure in Our Lifetime to support breast cancer research.
Wednesday, November 15, 2023
Starting at 6:00 PM
6450 Powers Ferry Rd NW
Sandy Springs, GA 30339
Please complete the form below to let us know you’re coming.
About Jerome Bettis
Jerome Bettis, NFL Hall of Fame member and Pittsburgh Steelers legend, is one of the best all-time running backs in NFL history.
He was also the recipient of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award in 2001 in recognition of his extraordinary community service.
The 2006 Super Bowl XL champion remains one of the National Football League’s most popular retired players, the sixth best rusher of all-time and a six-time Pro Bowl selection,
Jerome’s media experience includes working with ESPN, NBC Sports, Fox Sports and he hosts The Jerome Bettis Show on WPXI Channel 11 in Pittsburgh.
He is a very successful business person and public speaker. He leads Jerome Bettis Enterprises Inc. which is the hub for all of Jerome Bettis’s business ventures. The company steers the direction of the brand and business development and expansion.
Besides representing 32d CBD, he is also one of the most sought after corporate spokesmen in this country. Most recently, Jerome was featured in a 2023 Super Bowl ad for Frito-Lay & PepsiCo with Peyton & Eli Manning, Victor Cruz and Terry Bradshaw.
Diagnosed with asthma at age 14, Bettis is a tireless advocate for asthma education and awareness. Bettis founded and establish “The Bus Stops Here Foundation” in 1996 to help improve the quality of life for disadvantaged and underprivileged children.