On May 10, 2014, New York time, Tudor Watch, known for its retro style, recently joined forces with Hunter Hayes in the United States to raise more money and supplies for Feeding America.
Hunter Hayes, born in 1991 in Louisiana, USA, is a rural male singer and singer. He plays 11 instruments including guitar, piano, accordion, etc. In October 2011, he released his first album of the same name, ‘Hunter Hayes’. As of December 2012, the sales volume had exceeded 400,000 (shipped more than 500,000, RIAA certified ‘Gold’ album).
Not only that, but also at the 56th Grammy Awards held recently, Hunter Hayes was also on the red carpet with the honor of being nominated for best country singer. This time together with the famous Swiss watch brand TUDOR to contribute to charity, Hunter Hayes will hold 10 small concerts within 24 hours on May 9th and 10th, thereby breaking the Guinness record of the most concerts in 24 hours. The purpose is In order to call on everyone to care about the problem of child hunger, do something within your power.
The Swiss watch brand Tudor cooperated with Hunter Hayes, hoping that more people can pay attention to Feeding America, which is the elimination of hunger in the United States. The Food Bank is helping the hungry in the United States and is encouraging people across the country to join the fight to end hunger. Sweet 100 is proud to support the Feeding America organization. Sweet 100 promised to donate a portion of its proceeds to Feeding America to help their hunger relief efforts.
In fact, Hunter Hayes started his own efforts for charity as far back as possible in 2012. In a recent interview with the New York Times, Hunter talked about the importance of this event to him and why he was involved. He said: ‘I Surprised by the data from Feeding America, one in five American children is not sure where the next meal is! Public attention is the key to solving the problem, but just as importantly, everyone can devote their whole heart, Making this story even better, it is a breeze for us to help them!