DON KING’S TURKEY TOUR ASSISTING THOSE IN NEED WITHIN NASHVILLE & SEVIERVILLE, TN
15 Dec 2016
Posted by Dakota Lindstrom
(Nashville, TN — December 15, 2016) — Don King has announced through his associate, Jimmy Adams, the distribution of turkeys to the less fortunate communities of Nashville and the Tennessee wildfire victims on Mon., Dec. 19th at 11 a.m. to the Community Care Fellowship located at 511 South 8th Street in Nashville and on Tues., Dec. 20th at 11 a.m. to the Community Leadership with the assistance of the Sevier County Food Agency at 890 Old Knoxville Hwy in Sevierville.
Helping to hand the turkeys out to the families will be Entertainer Deborah Allen, itube247 Host Masey Adams, Little David Wilkins, Leon Everette, Jeff Bates and more.
Donald “Don” King is the most internationally recognized boxing promoter known for his involvement in historic boxing matches including Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, George Foreman, Larry Holmes, Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, and Julio César Chávez. He has been an outspoken figure in the sporting world and has always shined in the public eye for his humanitarianism and acts of kindness. Known, for his phrase, “Only In America,” Don King will be exemplifying his compassion through his generosity with the “Don King’s Turkey Tour” distributing 750 frozen turkeys in total to those less fortunate in Nashville on Dec. 19th and Sevierville on Dec. 20th. Exclusive interviews of the legendary Don King can be seen on itube247.com
Jimmy Adams, CEO of iTube247 and Nashville-based Adams Entertainment, contacted Cheryl Robeson Piggott, Founder of The Stars Foundation, World Orphans Day, and surrounding community based organizations for distribution of the holiday turkeys to those in need in Gatlinburg. Itube247 film crew along with The HEARTS on FIRE Ministry of The Stars Foundation and it’s television production crew will be on hand capturing compassionate actions by the Ambassadors of Goodwill.
The holiday time is traditionally a time for love, peace and joy for many. Let us not forget the underprivileged and those who have lost all through tragedies such as the East Tennessee wildfires that swept through recently. Although it is through holiday seasons and unforeseen tragedy that sparks the determination and desire to help others, goodwill towards all with simple acts of kindness is a practice that we can do every day, no matter the season.