Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, Inc., the nation’s largest barbecue chain, is proud to announce the kick-off of their new foundation, Barbecue, Boots & Badges, a foundation committed to leaving a footprint on the communities they serve by providing funding and resources to law enforcement, firefighters and their families.
“We take pride in the communities we serve and saw a vital need for a foundation to support local law enforcement, firefighters and their families,” said Roland Dickey, Jr., president and CEO of Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, Inc. “These are the people who put their lives on the line every day, we created a foundation to help those who serve us.”
Initial funding for Barbecue, Boots and Badges will coincide with the national launch of Dickey’s new line of potato chips. Guests can try the new chips and give back to the new charity on March 1 when they are available nationwide. The artisan crafted potato chips come in three bold flavors -- original, barbecue and jalapeno cheddar.
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Roland Corporation U.S. and Girl Scouts of the USA have announced a Chicago stop on Saturday, May 14 and a New York City stop on May 21st, in conjunction with the national tour of the new Girl Scouts Rock! Initiative, which includes workshops designed to inspire and empower girls through music.
Girl Scouts Rock! Powered by Roland will reach thousands of Girl Scouts and their parents across the country, delivering the message that you can have a “Better Life with Music.” The fun, interactive curriculum co-developed by Roland and Girl Scouts of the USA gets girls pumped up about making music and music education. Girl Scouts Rock! is designed to provide girls ages 8-14 with a hands-on experience playing popular music, an opportunity fewer girls are receiving due to school music budget cuts.
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German radio hosts Ariane Kranz and Roland Rube in interview with the german schlager band "Wind" (in german language).
"Wind" entered The Eurovision Song Contest 1985 with "Für alle" (rang 2), 1987 with "Lass die Sonne in dein Herz" (rang 2) and 1992 with the song "Träume sind für alle da" (rang 16) - "Wind" representing Germany.
The Eurovision Song Contest (French: Concours Eurovision de la Chanson) is an annual competition held among active member countries of the European Broadcasting Union.