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l to r: HERO Campaign founders, Muriel Elliott & Bill Elliott join the first John R. Elliott HERO Campaign 300 winner, Kevin Harvick

HERO News: HERO Campaign on Fast Track with NASCAR

Awareness of the John R. Elliott HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers took a major step forward in June when the John R. Elliott HERO Campaign 300 NASCAR race was broadcast live from Kentucky Speedway by ESPN to a national audience on Friday, June 27, 2014. The HERO Campaign partnered with the Kentucky Office of Highway … [Read More]

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Fall Newsletter available for download

The latest issue of HERO Happenings is available for download. Use Adobe Acrobat or your favorite .PDF viewer to review the Fall 2014 issue. Click here to download. (.PDF – 964KB)

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Press Release: 2014 HERO Walk attracts nearly 1,500 supporters

(October 5, 2014) Ocean City, NJ – On a beautiful sunny Sunday morning at the Ocean City boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ, nearly 1,500 supporters threw their hats into the air to mark the beginning of the 4th Annual John R. Elliott HERO Walk. “It was a great day full of positive energy and smiling … [Read More]

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Bill’s Blog: October 1, 2014

The John R. Elliott HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers will hold its 4th Annual HERO Walk on the Ocean City Boardwalk this Sunday. We had more than 2,000 walkers participate last year, when we had great weather. The forecast for this weekend’s walk says we can again expect sunny pleasant weather. We’d like to see … [Read More]

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Press Release: Hats Off to HEROES to kick off 2014 HERO Walk

Ocean City, NJ – More than 2,000 hats are expected to be tossed into the air by participants in the 4th Annual HERO Walk, which is scheduled for Sunday, October 5, 11AM, on the Ocean City Boardwalk. The “Hats Off to HEROES” promotion will officially launch the 100,000 HEROES Challenge in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and … [Read More]

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Bill’s Blog: September 5, 2014

Dr. Kathleen Taylor, the superintendent of the Ocean City School District, needed no convincing that the annual HERO Walk on the Boardwalk was a good thing to get students involved in when it began four years ago. “It’s easy to see the educational value of the HERO Campaign, and the HERO Walk that supports it,” … [Read More]