In his new segment Thursday night on 10 News, Bring It on Bubba, Bubba the Love Sponge talks about a topic close to him and his crew. The shooting death of Officer David Crawford allegedlly by a 16 year-old came less than a month after the murders of two other St. Petersburg Police Officers.
The Bubba the Love Sponge Foundation has been raising money for the fallen officers and for other Florida law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
According to the foundation's website they've donated money to the families of Tampa Police Corporal Mike Roberts, Polk County Sgt. Ronnie Brown, Dixie County Sheriff's Office Capt. Chad Reed, St Johns County Deputy James Anderson, Jr., Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Patrick Ambroise, Tampa Police Officers Jeffrey Kocab and David Curtis and Hillsborough County Sheriff's Deputy Mark Longway.
On Sunday, March 20 the foundation is hosting Bubba's Bikes for Badges. It's a 3rd annual event will be held at Jim's Harley-Davidson. It includes a ride around Pinellas County, silent auction, 50/50 raffle. a poker crawl with a $2,500 prize, a bike show, a bikini bike wash and more.
Advanced registration is $15 and $20 on the day of the event.
Register online at https://www.btlsfoundation.org/