The Panthers and Atrium Health have partnered to bring a special live episode of “Off the Clock” to fans highlighting the female football fan experience. The event will be live on Thursday, Nov. 19, from 8-9 p.m.
“Off the Clock – Ladies Night In” will feature Panthers owner Nicole Tepper, team reporter Kristen Balboni, and team PR specialist Maria Vanderford, as well as surprise special guests.
We will have Panthers giveaways and more as we take a look at life and wellness off the field, especially during these unprecedented times due to COVID-19. The evening will also include a spotlight on a prior breast cancer patient and OB/GYN from Atrium Health. Sign up below or click here to secure your spot as spaces are limited!
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