Todd Says Thanks For an Unbelievable 28 Hours of Hope! [PHOTO GALLERY]
I honestly don’t have the vocabulary to express how grateful I am to everyone who help make the the 15th annual 28 Hours of Hope a tremendous success. The finally tally is $78,232! THANK YOU!
There are so many people to thank. First of all I would like to thank every K99 listener who donated to help A Kid’s Place in Greeley, Namaqua Center in Loveland, and the Child Advocacy Center in Fort Collins. Thank you to every single person at K99 (a special thank you to Adam and Caitlin) who helped and every volunteer. There are really too many to mention them all. Thanks to our bosses George and Pete for allowing us to take over the airwaves for 28 Hours.
Thanks to all of our hourly sponsors this year, including Water Valley, Colorado Crude Carriers, PDC Energy, and The Fritzler Maize. Thank you to Shelley who connected us with those sponsors, who were responsible for nearly 1/4 of our overall total.
Finally thank you to all of the Nashville artists and other guests who appeared on the 28 Hours including: Easton Corbin, Thomas Rhett, Thompson Square, Dave Haywood of Lady A, Darius Rucker, Dierks Bentley, Cyndi Dodds – Namaqua Center, Craig Morgan, Maggie Rose, Sheriff Smith, Chris Cagle, Eli Young Band, Justin Moore, Gretchen Wilson, Craig Campbell, Jerrod Niemann, Andy Gibson, James Wesley, Phil Vassar, Tate Stevens, Kip Moore, David Nail, Greg Bates, Cassadee Pope, Little Big Town, Gwen Schooley – A Kids Place, Joe Nichols, Hunter Hayes, Gloriana, Jon Pardi, Rachel Farley, Josh Thompson, Parmalee, Dustin Lynch, Coach Mac from CSU, Joel Crouse, Sheryl Crow, Rodney Atkins, Charlie Worsham, Jana Kramer, Aaron Henningsen, Justin Stank, Morgan Frazier, Brett Eldredge, Debra Schmitz, Ed Chambers, Stampede Wranglers, Greeley Stampede Committee, Centennial Children’s Chorus, The Kids from Wellington, The Greeley West Soccer Team, Liz Johnson, Austin Wahlert, Jaida Dreyer, Dakota Bradley, Austin Webb, Sergeant Kristy Volesky & Doug Birdsall from the Larimer County CAC.
Thanks to my wife Jenny and Adam Porter for taking all of the photos in this gallery.