Lucas Hoge is going to be freezin’ for a reason. The country singer has partnered with the Tennessee Special Olympics for their 2018 Music City Polar Plunge.
On Feb. 17, Hoge and other special guests will be taking a plunge for a great cause. The Music City Polar Plunge is one of Special Olympics Tennessee’s key fundraisers. It directly funds their programs and the athletes who compete in local, state and international competitions.
“The Polar Plunge is an opportunity for Tennesseans to participate in something exhilarating and out of the ordinary while contributing to a great cause,” Special Olympics Tennessee’s President, Adam Germek, says. “We are excited to have Lucas Hoge as our celebrity plunger this year and look forward to seeing his team Hoge Wild jump into freezing cold water to support our athletes and promote inclusion.”
Fans can join the Plunge Team by donating online and joining team Hoge Wild. The people who donate the most will get to plunge with Hoge and his friends in February. Every little bit helps the Special Olympics athletes and their future sports training, competitions, opportunities and even health services.
Hoge is bringing along some friends to the 2018 Music City Polar Plunge. Inside Edition correspondent, Megan Alexander and Nashville Insider correspondent, Adam Wurtzel, will be on hand. “Yeah Boy” co-writer Keesy Timmer and Michelle Timmer will also be taking the plunge. As will Executive Chef at P.F. Chang’s Cool Springs, Shaun Chamberlain and Corey Barker, Radio Promotions Manager for Power Source Music Nashville.
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