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.
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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.
Took the Pro-Line PRO-2 for a school R/C & Police Presentation yesterday. The kids had a BLAST!!!!! Here are some pics:
The City of Quincy had a “back the blue” event for police, fire and Em’s last Saturday. I, of course, took the Pro-Line PRO-2 with the Pro-Line Bronco Body to share with a couple hundred kids.
I was asked to stop by one of our summer church camps with the Pro-Line truck for a “station” yesterday. The kids loved helping me drive inside the gym (our temps this week has been in upper 90’s, so A/C in the gym was nice). The newly painted Pro-Line Bronco body fit perfectly on the […]
RC Cop Stop participated in an “Emergency Vehicle” Day at a “mega” day care. Approximately 130 kids saw the Pro-Line PRO-2 in action today with the Pro-Line Street Fighter Tires for asphalt driving. The kids loved it!!!!! – Matt
Well the weather finally cooperated this afternoon for an outside RC presentation at our Early Childhood School (as well as for me switching into short sleeves during lunch). The 3-5yr olds loved seeing my QPD squad car along with helping me drive the Pro-Line PRO-2 Police Short Course Truck. Got lots of hugs and hi-fives!!!
RC Cop Stop gave a police RC presentation to one of our parochial schools this morning. The kids had so much fun driving the Pro-Line PRO-2.
I visited a class today and spoke to some 8th graders about police officer’s duties, our uniforms and what tools we use/wear. They were also given an opportunity to the Pro-Line PRO-2 Short Course Truck and an on-road modified RC with Pro-Line Street Fighter Tires.
As the school year is winding down, several schools have reached out and wanted me to attend some of their outside functions. Yesterday I went to one of our elementary schools for career day. Several professions were there. I had 3 groups of students (approx 15 per group) and they all were able to drive […]