Sunday, April 12, 2009

Springsteen's Concert Benefits Tulsa Food Bank

Bruce Springsteen's Tulsa concert Tuesday night will mean more resources for the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.

The Tulsa World reports that the concert raised more than $26,000 and 800 pounds of food for the agency.

The paper also noted that Springsteen made a personal donation of $10,000 to the food bank as well as premium tickets for auction. and support of the Food Bank," Sara Waggoner, the agency's executive director, said.

"With every dollar we receive, we can distribute the equivalent of seven meals," Waggoner added.


Anonymous said...

What a wonderful human being..
I think his next concert should be for toilet paper.
Maybe the liberals could sell his vomit by the pint, I'm sure there would be buyers who inhabit this blog.

Alternative Tulsa said...

Wow. We commend Springsteen for helping people and get this response. Talk about cynical.

Tulsan said...

Cute. Must be a wayward teabagger.

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