Here are 10 reasons you'll want to say you were at the first-ever Browns Fan Fest. 1. *Players, players and more players*
More than 30 Browns players and alumni will make appearances including Joe Haden, Donte Whitner, Phil Taylor, Andrew Hawkins, Joel Bitonio, Billy Winn, Christian Kirksey, Travis Benjamin, Johnson Bademosi, Taylor Gabriel, John Hughes and Christian Yount – with more announcements to come. This is an intimate setting to interact with your favorite Browns. 2. *Autographs & Selfies*
Don't miss the chance to get autographs and photos with Browns players and alumni throughout the day. Make sure you charge your phone up and post everything on social media. 3. *Get to Know the Rookies*
This is your chance to get up close and personal with the 2015 Cleveland Browns rookie class, including first-round pick offensive lineman Cameron Erving. 4. *Mike Pettine and Ray Farmer*
Hear from head coach Mike Pettine and general manager Ray Farmer as they discuss their strategy and outlook for the team in 2015. 5. *Locker Room Sale*
Your chance to snag official team gear straight from the Cleveland Browns locker room to the Fan Fest floor – and then subsequently get that fresh new gear signed by your favorite player. 6. *Kevin Mack*
Legendary running back Kevin Mack will be in the building celebrating the 30-year anniversary of when he and Earnest Byner each rushed for 1,000 yards during the 1985 season. The Browns will also welcome original Dawg Pound creator Hanford Dixon, Reggie Langhorne, Bob Golic, Jamel White and more to be announced soon.**
He's almost as exciting as the players: Swagger the bullmastiff. It can be argue he brought good luck to the Browns too, as Cleveland had its third-highest win total since 1999
8. *1946 Championship Trophy*
Don't miss seeing the 1946 Cleveland Browns Championship trophy in-person and stop in the Heritage Theater to watch highlights from the team's rich history. 9. *Free Haircuts*
The official team barber that cuts the players' hair at the Browns training facility in Berea between team meetings is coming to Fan Fest to hook up the Dawg Pound. Or you can continue to grow your locks out like Paul Kruger. 10. *Kids Zone*
Kids coming to Fan Fest can play at an inflatable village and enjoy airbrush tattoos, sign-making and face painting. There's also a one-hour football clinic with top high school coaches for kids ages 5-7 for just $25, which includes two complimentary tickets to Fan Fest and a commemorative T-shirt. Click here for more information on Future Stars Youth Football Clinic or to sign up, but hurry – space is very limited.
To get your tickets to Cleveland Browns Fan Fest for Saturday, June 6, 2015 at the Cleveland Convention Center, click here.