JAM partnered with Kidsburgh - an online resource focusing on the people and ideas making Pittsburgh a better place to raise kids - who was already partnering with Pittsburgh Riverhounds.
An all-around great day for attendees. "[The best part was] watching the kids walk the players to the field," said Frew. "They were in awe of the team; also the coin toss which was done by Catheryn Behr and Elsa Garvaglia."
The first 500 kids through the gate 12 years and younger received a free #bethekindkid t-shirt. "The kids had a great time passing out the 500 #bethekindkid t-shirts, and told anyone that asked what [JAM and #bethekindkid] was all about," said Frew.
JAM is grateful for the opportunity. "We want to give a huge shout out to Kidsburgh for making this event happen for us," said Frew.
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