PRESS COVERAGE of the PROJECT H.O.M.E. and PHILADELPHIA SOUL Press Event annoucing $3.3 Million Initiative to Help Homeless Veterans In Philly
Following is the Associated Press (AP) news story which was fed to newswires nationally and picked up by television, radio and newspaper outlets:
SOUL OWNER BON JOVI HELPS HOMELESS VETERANS
PHILADELPHIA (AP) Jon Bon Jovi keeps stuffing millions of fans in their seats in his roles as Grammy Award-winning rocker, supporting actor and Arena League Football owner.
PHILADELPHIA, May 9, 2008 —-Project H.O.M.E. today announced that $3.3 million has been donated by a unique combination of funders to start a greatly needed program for homeless veterans in Philadelphia.
The 2008 CMT Music Awards aired live from Nashville’s Curb Event Center at Belmont University on Monday, April 14th. Going into the awards ceremony, artists and directors nominated weren’t just vying for the iconic CMT Belt Buckle as the takeaway prize for winning — this year, there was a philanthropic agenda as well.