Poison Front Man Bret Michaels Salutes Vets on Monday Night Football
Poison frontman Bret Michaels returned home to join Pittsburgh 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 at Heinz Field on Monday Night Football.
MIchaels, a Pittsburgh native and son of a veteran, participated in the Salute to Service game, an annual NFL initiative which honors our nation’s service members, veterans, and their families.
“I could not be more honored to be on Monday Night Football at Heinz field standing by Rocky Bleier and Nelson Lowes, saluting our veterans and service members around the globe.” Michaels said.
Prior to the game, Michaels, Bleier and the Steelers fan of the year, Army Veteran Nelson E. Lowes conducted the legendary Terrible Towel twirl. The Steelers and Bleier also honored Michaels’ late Father, veteran Wally Sychak, with a dedication and donation to his American Legion hall.