Carrot Top Joins Hard Rock International to Support Imagine There's No Hunger Campaign
Hard Rock Cafes in Las Vegas, NV have teamed up with Vegas entertainers for the season of giving. Las Vegas entertainers are participating by wearing a charity bracelet in support of the Hard Rock International's 2012 global IMAGINE THERE'S NO HUNGER campaign to combat childhood hunger and poverty around the world.
To help bring awareness to the campaign, Carrot Top, joined in by wearing the signature limited-edition bracelet which features the powerful message "IMAGINE THERE'S NO HUNGER". Donate at your local cafe or online and receive the Imagine Bracelet. $1 feeds a child for one day, $5 feeds a child for one week, and $10 helps start a family food garden. Fans are also encouraged to join in the celebrations around the globe by tweeting, posting or even texting the word IMAGINE to 50555 to donate directly to www.WhyHunger.org and help feed a hungry child. A portion of the monies raised will be donated to communities on the East Coast affected by Hurricane Sandy.
This initiative is part of Hard Rock International's 2012 global IMAGINE THERE'S NO HUNGER campaign, which is supported by John Lennon's wife, artist and musician Yoko Ono Lennon, to combat childhood hunger and poverty around the world. Dedicated to the brand's "All is One" core value, proceeds from Hard Rock's campaign will directly benefit WhyHunger, a leader in building the global movement to end hunger and poverty, and its grassroots partners around the globe in hopes of finding long-term solutions through sustainable agriculture.
For more information on WhyHunger, visit www.WhyHunger.org.
With over two decades of comedic performance in his rear view mirror, Carrot Top is one of the most popular, recognizable and successful comedians in America. After years of playing out to sold-out shows throughout the country, he has now become a Las Vegas icon as well, recently celebrating his seven year anniversary with the Luxor Resort and Casino, where he will perform through 2015.