Rams To Celebrate 75th Anniversary When They Host 49ers

Posted Nov 30, 2012

-Team will wear Super Bowl winning throwback uniforms as part of celebration -

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Rams will host the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday, December 2 with kickoff set for 12 p.m. A limited number of tickets remain, and can be purchased at or at the Edward Jones Dome box office starting at 9 a.m. on Sunday. The game, which is presented by Charter, will air on KTVI Fox 2.  The game will also be broadcast on 101 ESPN.  Below are some of the highlights taking place:

St. LouisRams to Celebrate 75th Anniversary
Prior to Sunday’s game, former players Vince Ferragamo and Jeff Wilkins will be signing autographs for fans in the Bud Light Party Zone from 10-10:30 a.m., with Isaac Bruce and Mike Lansford signing from 10:30-11 a.m. The Bud Light Party Zone will open at 10 a.m. and can be accessed by using entrance C and is available to all ticket holders.

During halftime, the Rams will honor past greats of the organization including: Isaac Bruce, Ernie Conwell, Eric Dickerson, D’Marco Farr, Vince Ferragamo, Rosey Grier, Dennis Harrah, LeRoy Irvin, Mike Lansford, Todd Lyght, Tom Mack, Andy McCollum, Lawrence McCutcheon, Tom Nutten, Orlando Pace, Jackie Slater, Adam Timmerman, Jeff Wilkins, Aeneas Williams and Jack Youngblood.

Upon exit of the game, each fan will receive a 75th Anniversary commemorative print presented by Charter.

PLAY 60 Ambassadors to Be Recognized on the Field
As the team celebrates its PLAY 60 game on Sunday, the Rams will welcome PLAY 60 ambassadors who have taken the pledge to live a healthy life. PLAY 60 is a league wide effort to fight childhood obesity by encouraging kids to be active for at least 60 minutes a day. The 12 PLAY 60 ambassadors will help the cheerleaders form the player tunnel during team introductions.

Many of the PLAY 60 ambassadors are also involved in the Fuel Up to PLAY 60 initiative or the NFL’s Play 60 Challenge. Fuel Up to Play 60, created in partnership with the National Dairy Council and the National Football League, empowers youth to take actions to improve nutrition and physical activity at their school and for their own health. The NFL Play 60 Challenge is a six-week fitness challenge implemented in partnership with the American Heart Association. The classroom-based program challenges youth to be active 60 minutes every day, 30 minutes at home and 30 minutes at school. Both programs help school children learn the importance of good nutrition and physical exercise. To get your school involved and join the movement, visit

Area Youth to Participate in Punt, Pass & Kick Competition
In conjunction with the NFL’s PLAY 60 initiatives, the Rams will host a Punt, Pass & Kick competition prior to Sunday’s game. The top four scorers from all the first-place finalists in each age division from the St. Louis community will compete. The NFL Punt, Pass & Kick program is a national skills competition for boys and girls ages 6-15. With more than three million boys and girls from around the country taking part in the PPK competition every year from July through January, it is one of the world's largest youth sports participation programs. The winners of Sunday’s competition will advance to the national finals, which will be held at an NFL Playoff game in January.

St. Louis Rams Official Bud Light Tailgate Party at Baer Park
At 9 a.m., the Bud Light Tailgate Party at Baer Park opens and features Rams merchandise, beer specials and the Bud Light Fantasy Football Zone. Music will be provided by Hillbilly Authority. Fans can also enjoy appearances from Rams Cheerleaders and Rams alumni, and reduced pricing on food and beverages, as well as an interactive kids’ corner.

Monsanto and Rams to Host America’s Farmers
Sunday’s game will commemorate the third consecutive year the Rams and team partner Monsanto will honor American farmers.  Rams alum Adam Timmerman, who grew up on a farm in Iowa and is still involved in farming today, will participate in the day’s festivities, which include a special pregame reception for 300 farmers and an in-game feature.

“This holiday season is the perfect time to give thanks to farmers who put food on our tables at Thanksgiving and all year long,” says Monsanto’s America’s Farmers Spokesperson, Jessica Simmons. “We are thrilled to recognize more than 300 of these hard-working farmers at a St. Louis Rams game. It’s just one small way to say ‘thank you’ for all that they do to grow our food, our economy and our quality of life.”

To learn more about Monsanto’s commitment to farmers across America, please visit

Rams Players and Front Office Executives Purchase Tickets for Youth to Attend Game
The following players are participating in the “Rams’ All-Community Team” ticket donation program: Sam Bradford, Michael Brockers, Craig Dahl, Harvey Dahl, Jo-Lonn Dunbar, Cortland Finnegan, Bradley Fletcher, Chris Givens, Mario Haggan, William Hayes, Josh Hull, Steven Jackson, Lance Kendricks, Kendall Langford, James Laurinaitis, Chris Long, Rocky McIntosh, Quintin Mikell, Isaiah Pead, Austin Pettis, Brian Quick, Robert Quinn, Rodger Saffold, Eugene Sims, Darian Stewart, Robert Turner and Scott Wells.

Head coach Jeff Fisher is also participating in the program. Each week, Fisher will donate 99 tickets to a group or organization. General manager Les Snead, executive vice president of football operations/chief operating officer Kevin Demoff and executive vice president of sales and marketing/chief revenue officer Bob Reif have also purchased tickets through the program.