Come on down to the Harley-Davidson Museum® on Friday, January 19 from noon to 1 p.m. to meet a driver from the Monster Jam Triple Threat series, get autographs and see a life-sized inflatable Monster Jam Truck – the largest recreational trucks in the world – up close. And feel good while you’re doing it by donating mittens to Milwaukee Public School’s Mitten Drive.
El Toro Loco driver Kayla Blood Granger, Soldier Fortune Black Ops driver Tony Ochs and Grave Digger driver Tyler Menninga.
Additionally, the FM106.1 (Milwaukee’s Best Country) WMIL promotions team will be on hand with their prize wheel for listeners to spin to win.
The first 100 folks to show up and donate to the Mitten Drive will receive a free ticket voucher to Monster Jam Triple Threat Series playing the BMOHBC this weekend (Friday January 19th at 7 p.m. and Saturday January 20th at 1 and 7 p.m.) and entrance into the Harley Davidson Museum for Friday, January 19th.
Additionally, MOTOR Bar & Restaurant on the campus of the H-D Museum will have a Monster BBQ Pit Burger lunch special on Friday. Details for Monster Jam Triple Threat Series can be found at bmoharrisbradleycenter.com.
For over 10 years, MPS Central Services staff and the community have donated thousands of winter accessories for MPS students to ensure our students keep warm on their walks to school and bus stops this winter. You can help keep MPS students by donating new mittens, gloves, hats and scarves. Hand-made items in sizes for children and adults are welcome. MPS Mitten Drive ends January 19, 2018. Monster Jam is a proud supporter of the MPS Mitten Drive and happy to participate. So come on down, meet the stars of Monster Jam and get your tickets to the show while helping out those in need!