What a Great Night of Football and Honoring our Service Members

BretMichaels.com News: Just a few of the many highlights from last night’s Monday Night Football, including photos and tweets.

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Pittsburgh Native Bret Michaels and Vietnam Veteran Rocky Bleier to Honor Veterans on Monday Night Football

Tonight is the night, Pittsburgh native, music icon, and son of a veteran Bret Michaels comes home to join Steelers alum and Vietnam Veteran Rocky Bleier, to honor active duty service members and veterans during the Steelers Salute to Service game against the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football (ESPN, 8:15 p.m.).

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Follow the Journey from L.A. to Pittsburgh for Monday Night Football

Follow Bret on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the journey to honor our service members on Monday Night Football. November is Veterans and Military Family Month and, along with the NFL’s Salute to Service, Bret, and the Steelers are honoring veterans during the Monday Night Football festivities at Heinz Field.

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MULTI-PLATINUM MUSIC ICON & HONORED HUMANITARIAN BRET MICHAELS PARTNERS WITH ARIZONA’S HONORHEALTH EMERGENCY ROOM RN TO CREATE AUCTION BENEFITING FRONT LINE HEALTHCARE WORKERS ON NOVEMBER 1

Global music icon Bret Michaels is well-known for selling out arenas and stadiums around the world, but the lifelong Type 1 diabetic is also no stranger to hospitals, where his long-standing respect for healthcare workers has solidified over the course of his adult life. He makes no bones about having to find ways to remain “Unbroken”, even penning a song with his youngest daughter Jorja about overcoming life’s challenges and coming out better on the other side.  Michaels is continuing in his true form by creating a fundraising opportunity out of a simple friendly wager with HonorHealth Emergency Room RN, Chris Stewart. The bet resulted in a unique autographed shirt signed by both Stewart and Michaels to be auctioned on BretMichaels.com, with all proceeds going to HonorHealth Foundation.

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