Justin Moore Surprises Firefighters With Free Concert Tickets
Justin Moore surprised a group of firefighters in Hershey, Pa. with an in-person visit to their firehouse, as well as free tickets to one of his concerts.
Moore visited the Hershey Fire Station to honor the firefighters for their daily sacrifice and courage on behalf of their local community. He gave each of them free tickets to his concert at the Giant Center on March 26, which was presented in partnership with Crown Royal. He also gave the fire station a $5,000 donation on behalf of the whiskey brand for them to use towards necessary renovations.
The visit was sponsored by Crown Royal’s Your Hero’s Name Here program, which will award the naming rights to the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, to one deserving person who has made a positive impact on the lives of others. The winner of the campaign will have the race named after them and will also get to participate in pace car rides, meet their favorite drivers and award the trophy — with their name on it — to the winner of the race in Victory Lane.
Moore was happy to get the chance to participate.
“This is one of the cool parts of my job; 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 [concert] tickets to some really deserving people who serve their community in a way that we should all strive to do,” he says.
“It’s a lot of fun to be a part of something that really shines a light on folks that deserve the recognition," adds Moore. "This is what this initiative is all about ... honoring folks like the people who make up this place right here."
To nominate someone for the Your Hero’s Name Here campaign, visit www.CrownRoyalHeroes.com. All entries must be submitted by April 12. Participants must be at least 21 years old.
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