Philadelphia’s ONLY Hero Thrill Show
The Hero Thrill Show
The purpose of this event is to raise money for the college education for children of firefighters and police officers killed in the line of duty. In the last 4 years alone, we’ve lost 7 police officers in the City of Philadelphia. In its 5th year in Philadelphia, this year’s show promises to be the best yet. I hope you’ll join me my efforts to spread awareness about this important event. Even if you just retweet this post to spread awareness it can help. If you can, you should definitely come out and support the survivors of our City’s heroes.
Ticket and Donation Information
Tickets can be purchased online at comcasttix.com and at all Philadelphia Police Stations and Fire Houses.
How I found out about this event
I had the opportunity to meet Attorney James J. Binns through my wife. Not only is James Binns an attorney with a stellar professional reputation, he also is a well-known organizer and participant in various philanthropic events and activities in Philadelphia. Mr. Binns told me about The Hero Thrill Show and I knew I had to help spread the message. This is Philadelphia’s only Hero Thrill Show and not only is the event for a good cause but wait until you hear what they have planned.
The whole thing starts at 11:00am at City Hall with an enormous parade of motorcycles down to the Wachovia Center. Then once down at the Wachovia Center the fun really begins. Check out this line up of activies and displays from 12pm – 5pm:
Music provided throughout the day by Bob Pantano of WOGL 98.1 FM
Static Displays of State of the Art Crime Fighting Equipment
Static Displays of State of the Art Fire-Fighting Equipment
Mixed Martial Arts demonstration, courtesy of Matrix Fights
Amusements, Facepainting, Games and Rides
An Abundance of Philadelphia Food stands
The Philly Phanatic, Swoops and Hip-Hop
The Sixers Dancers
The Eagles Cheerleaders
It’s going to be fun for the whole family and it’s for a good cause. So come out and support the survivors at the Hero Thrill Show September 18th at the Wachovia Center.
The Hero Thrill Show is NOT affiliated with the Hero Scholarship Fund