Carolina Panthers’ Josh Norman hosts Starz24 Children’s Fashion Show
Carolina Panthers Cornerback Josh Norman proves that there are other ways to give back to the community during the holidays than posing for photo ops with frozen turkeys. On Friday, December 20, 2013, Norman’s non-profit, Starz24, will be treating the citizens of Greenwood, SC to the first ever Starz24 Children’s Fashion Show. Sponsored by the Children’s Place, Belk, Chik-Fil-A, and more, the event looks like fun for the whole town!
Take a look at the details in the press release below!
Carolina Panthers Cornerback, Joshua Norman is bringing holiday cheer to his hometown of Greenwood, South Carolina. Norman’s non-profit foundation, Starz24, is inviting the local youth to participate in the First Annual Starz24 Youth Fashion Show on Friday, December 20, 2013 from 5:00-8:00pm at the Greenwood Community Theater on Main St. At this free event, sponsored by Chik-Fil-A, the Children’s Place, Belk, and other selected retailers in Greenwood, a few hometown models will strut the runway in the latest fashions while the community enjoys special performances by The dancers at Dance Fever, holidays giveaways, and a word from Josh on Starz24’s plans for 2014 and beyond.
A casting call for models ages 6-17 will be held on Tuesday, December 10th from 5-7pm at the Children’s Place at the Greenwood Mall and Dance Fever (3204 U.S. 25, Greenwood) from 7-8:30pm.
The event is free and open to the public. Seats are limited. To secure early seating or to donate to the Starz24 foundation, visit starz24events.eventbrite.com.
Before Josh Norman started playing for the NFL in 2012, Josh grew up with his parents and four brothers in the close-knit town of Greenwood, South Carolina; a town that has a history of breeding athletic stars.
“I just want to make sure I do my part to help the community; to give the kids something to look forward to. The places I used to go are all shutting down, and they don’t have all of the same opportunities that we had. I played basketball, baseball, and I ran track; I think that’s what kept me out of trouble.”
Contact: Devin Scott