For every touchdown our New England team makes, SIS Bank will donate $50 dollars to a Maine charity. VMAT, which provides 100% free martial arts training for U.S. military veterans, reserves and active duty is their recipient for the month of December.
Jeff was stopped at the store today by a mom pushing a stroller with a baby who recognized him as "the guy from Facebook". He was happily surprised by this because he "honestly thought the newness had worn off". Well it hasn't.
Jeff Paradis participated in the Miles for Mills Memorial Day 5K in Augusta to benefit the Travis Mills Foundation. When he finished, Jeff shot a video message to remind us all of why he and his brothers and sisters run.
When viral Maine veteran Jeff Paradis was a guest on the WBLM Morning Show a couple weeks back, the Captain half-joked that his closing words in his video are so powerful they should be put on a t-shirt.
The outpouring of support in response to the viral video of Jeff Paradis' powerful plea for help last week has been absolutely incredible. We spoke with him yesterday afternoon and he told us he has been contacted by people who'd like to be supportive, from all over the world.
His selfie shot video on the grounds of the Maine Veterans Hospital is now well over half a millions views on Facebook. Jeff was kind enough to take a call from the Captain and Celeste today on the WBLM Morning Show. If you missed it, you can listen to the whole thing here.