NOBLESVILLE, IND. — Weighing in at 2.5 tons, retired military truck Hero1 will travel from Indianapolis to Noblesville’s Chick-fil-A on May 19 for the restaurant’s generous “Spirit Night” to benefit the Heroes Foundation. Chick-fil-A will donate 20 percent of total food sales back to the Heroes Foundation to support the Central Indiana cancer community. Visitors to Chick-fil-A can get up in the cab of Hero1, snap a photo and enjoy a delicious meal.
To make sure the Heroes Foundation benefits, diners should either mention the promotion or present the official Chick-fil-A event flyer upon ordering (printed or digital image). (The image is available on the Heroes Foundation’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/HeroesFoundation or download here.)
WHAT: Heroes Foundation “Spirit Night”
WHEN: Thursday, May 19, 6:30 a.m.–10 p.m. Hero1 appearance is 5-8:30 p.m. Twenty percent to Heroes Foundation available all day!
WHERE: Chick-fil-A, 16685 Mercantile Blvd. (SR 37), Noblesville, IN 46060; phone 317-773-4100
Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri (left) helps Heroes Foundation Chairman and Co-Founder Vince Todd, Jr. and board member Kelly Canada deliver LEGO sets to pediatric cancer patients.
ABOUT HERO1: Hero1 represents how ordinary citizens are foot soldiers in the fight against cancer. The M35A3 vehicle, often referred to as a “deuce-and-a-half,” is the mascot of the Heroes Foundation’s initiatives to promote cancer prevention. The truck also makes frequent visits to local hospitals to deliver LEGOs to pediatric cancer patients. The appearance of Hero1 is just one way the Heroes Foundation can spread joy to families who are fighting the disease.