The Hardee’s of Troy, AL hosted an Officer Appreciation Day on Monday, May 15th for the Officers of Troy. This was a great kick off for National Police Week. Chief Barr was present to support the event for his officers. The Troy Team and guests thanked the officers for their daily service to the City of Troy.
General Manager Anthony Lowery made the officers feel welcome and treated each to a complimentary breakfast.
Paradigm and Hardee’s say THANK YOU for your service !
In April New Hope, AL Hardee’s held a Spirit Day for the Indians Softball Team. The ladies showed up and showed off their Team Spirit! The team were raising money for end of year trophies and pull overs for their uniforms. Hardee’s was happy to assist these ladies with working toward their goal and hosting their event.
On May 12th the Hardee’s of Tallassee hosted a First Responders Appreciation Day. They welcomed all the police officers, fire department, volunteer fire departments and ambulance services to attend. The City Mayor and the Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce also attended to show their support.
The team provided complimentary breakfast for the attendees and offered their appreciation for what they do everyday for the city.
Paradigm continued its annual support for the Muscular Dystrophy Foundation by raising an amazing $45,846.00 this year through selling Shamrocks at all of its locations! The teams did a great job creating excitement in the restaurants and promoting the cause in the community. Paradigm Hardee’s is happy to provide funding for a great organization that does so much for the children and families in the areas we operate in.
Madison Blvd Hardee’s catered to its finest of the City Of Madison. The officers were treated with free breakfast and coffee!
Dan and Josie from IHEART Radio of Clear Channel radio came down to do a live remote with the Team and participate with the drawings.
We were honored to spend the morning with the Chief Of Police and Several Officers at this location. Many Paradigm Group Hardee’s representatives were there for support to include Debbie McKinney and Denise Meeks. It was a great honor to meet Debbie’s son, whom is an officer of the Madison Police Force! The Hardee’s team was thrilled to show their support to those who keep us safe!
On March 25th Paradigm Hardee’s in Arab, Alabama hosted a MDA shamrock run at this location. The route took the bikers from Arab, Hartselle, Hwy31, Down to Chumley’s BBQ and back to Arab for drawings and prizes! The Hardee’s local friends from Sweet Cheeks make Green Cup Cakes and Truffles to give away to the families visiting that day.
Arab Hardee’s raised $347.00 in shamrocks in THIS ONE DAY!
All of the bikers wore green, who ever had the best green and support received a $100.00 Gift Card from Hardee’s of Arab. Our winner was a Michael Simmons. Who was dressed as a leprechaun. The restaurant was decked out in shamrocks and the MDA rep Katherine Shivers showed up to show her support!
Paradigm Investment Group Hardee’s of Arab assisted the Cub Scouts Pack 4660 of Arab, Alabama to raise food for the needy by helping host a PINE WOOD DURBY!
The Pack master is Derrick Greer. He organized a Pinewood Derby and Can Good drive to raise awareness for Arab, Alabama. The plan was to fill the cub scouts masters Jeep with can foods. Proceeds for food went to TESA food bank.Hardee’s was a sponsor for this event. They catered biscuits, took pictures, and had their own Hardee’s car which was represented by the GOA!Sadly the Hardee’s race car didn’t win, but it was all in good fun and for a worthy organization!
Hardee’s was onboard for a special award at the Race Drivers Banquet held in Opp, AL. The award recognized great sportsmanship that was displayed throughout the season. The drivers were noted for helping fellow racers in need on race day, racing clean by showing give and take, handling wins and losses with class, and just genuinely being a good sport. There were three winners for the 2016 Season that the driver and/or car owners demonstrated extraordinary sportsmanship. The 2016 Hardee’ Good Sportsmanship Award recipients were Lance Blacker, Doug Ater, and Billy Maxie.
Lance Blacker stated that it was nice to receive his Modified Division Trophy, but the Hardee’s Sportsmanship Award meant more to him than anyone would know!
Hardee’s Rainsville showed support for a local school football team – The Fyffe Red Devils who were recently awards State Champions in their football program. The team has been working hard to raise money to purchase their championship rings.
Coaches and Teachers brought their families out to support the team and the event. The players greeted and assisted guests during the day. Many guests came just to speak with and shake the team members hands. Family members stopped in for hugs and congratulations to their team.
In addition to the Spirit Day, the team did a silent auction for a signed football and raised additional funds. The Hardee’s team did some exciting games with the prize wheel and giveaways. The day was a success for the team and players by raising enough funds to purchase almost 2 more championship rings. Hardee’s was proud to show their support and how much Hardee’s Cares for this community!
The Blue Knights are a motorcycle club made up of police officers, and the group has decided to host a Polar Bear Ride to raise money for Concerns for Police Survivors (COPS), an organization providing the resources needed to families coping with the loss of officers killed in the line of duty. The Polar Bear Ride was Saturday, Jan. 28. Riders took off at 9:30 a.m. from Rotary Park on Sunset Drive in Guntersville. Everyone was welcomed to cruise with the men in blue whether you owned a motorcycle or not. This event was escorted by Alabama State Troopers and the Guntersville Police Department. The total bike count was 77 bikes for this event. It’s was fun ride and a wonderful cause. Hardee’s catered and delivered a variety of breakfast biscuits, coffee and bottled water. The ride was over a 100 miles long!