Little rainy, but one of our church daycares had “Transportation Vehicle Day” they hosted. Police, fire, ambulance, semi truck, buses, ATVs and race cars were present. Several age level classes were able to ramp the Pro-Line Pro 2 also. They had a blast!! Thank you for your support, Matt Hermsmeier
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Last weekend I participated in the YMCA Healthy Kids Day. All of the activity stations had to be in the gym due to the rain, be they made it work. About 90 kids were able to drive the Pro-Line PRO 2 and PRO-MT 4×4. I had the PRO 2 set up again with 2 TX/RX […]
I participated in an Autism Awareness event over the weekend representing our police department. Several hundred attended and tons of kids got the chance to drive the QPD themed Pro-Line PRO MT 4×4, the Pro-Line Bronco body Pro 2 and the modified Slash with Pro-Line Hoosier tires. I also laid out the Pro-Line pit mats […]
I switched it up a little today…I introduced a 3rd grade class to my old nitro Rustler with rear Pro-Line Gladiator tires.
We gave our boys in blue a PRO-MT 4×4 to share the hobby with some 2nd graders on a rainy day.
Took the Pro-Line PRO-MT 4×4 to some special needs kiddos today. They were amazed by the big Pro-Line 2.8″ Trencher Tires and the police lights while helping me drive it.
Gave a RC presentation last week with the Pro-Line PRO-MT 4×4… what a TOUGH truck! The kids loved driving it and felt empowered by making the PRO-MT 4×4 do back-flips. Thank you again.
Here are some pics from a presentation with our early childhood school kiddos. They loved driving and ramping the Pro-Line PRO-2 with the cool Pro-Line Bronco body with the lights/siren and Pro-Line Street Fighter SC Tires.
Was asked to help out with a Big Brother/Big Sister “Paw Patrol” meet and greet yesterday. The kids LOVED seeing and ramping the Pro-Line PRO-MT 4×4!!!!! Even Chase drove the MT.
RC Cop Stop Gave a police presentation to a special needs class today. They LOVED the Pro-Line PRO-2!!! As always many thanks to Pro-Line for helping me “send it” with these “littles”. Thanks, Matt