Justin Moore Gives Back to Hershey, Pa., Firefighters
Justin Moore recently paid a visit to the Hershey Fire Station in Hershey, Pa., to show his appreciation for the city's firefighters.
During his visit, Moore gave each of the firefighters tickets to his March 26 concert at Hershey's Giant Center and presented a $5,000 check to the fire company to aid in renovations to the station.
“This is one of the cool parts of my job," Moore says. "Not only do I get to play music for thousands of people and meet all kinds of really great people on the road, I get to visit places like the Hershey Fire Department and hand out tickets to some really deserving people who serve their community in a way that we should all strive to do."
The check was delivered as part of Crown Royal's Your Hero's Name Here initiative, which will award someone who has made a positive impact in his or her community the naming rights of the Brickyard 400, a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The winner will also get to participate in pace car rides, meet drivers and award the trophy at the July 26 race. Nominations for the campaign can be made through April 12 at CrownRoyalHeroes.com.
“It’s a lot of fun to be a part of something that really shines a light on folks that deserve the recognition," Moore says. "This is what this initiative is all a about ... honoring folks like the people who make up this place right here."
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