CINCINNATI - Former Bengals quarterback Kenny Anderson is hosting a tailgate party Monday on Fountain Square called "Kick off to 2012" for the first regular season game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens.
The free event will also be a fundraiser for an organization that benefits individuals with autism called Impact Autism . Anderson became involved after his nephew was diagnosed with the disorder.
The party will begin at 4:30 p.m. and runs until 10:30 p.m. There will be food, music and drinks.
Anderson will be joined by former Bengals players including Anthony Munoz, Bob Trumpy, Max Montoya, John Stofa, Bruce Kozerski, Louis Breeden, Robert Jackson, Bob Johnson, Isaac Curtis, Jim Breech, Eric Thomas, Glen Bujnock, Tom Dinkel, Pete Johnson, Ickey Woods, Tim Mcgee and Joe Walters.
Anyone attending the event who makes a donation will have the opportunity to get players' autographs as well as various Bengals merchandise, according to organizers. The money raised will benefit the Kenny Anderson Capital Campaign and Impact Autism.
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