How the Boston Bruins are Using their Reputation to Give Back

Posted by on October 28, 2014 in Celebrity Reputation Management, Internet Reputation Expert, Non-Profit Support | Comments Off on How the Boston Bruins are Using their Reputation to Give Back

JW Maxx Solutions recaps how Boston Bruins players gave back.

Boston Bruins players give back.

Reputation Management Expert JW Maxx Solutions knows how important it is to have a great reputation, but it is also important to make sure that when you have a good reputation, you put it to good use. It is always important to give back, and to use your reputation to help others. As Halloween approaches, one amazing group has done just that.

With the Halloween holiday fast approaching, members of the Boston Bruins hockey team proved that their good reputation was well deserved as they carried out their annual tradition. Each year, these players dress up in fun costumes and visit the Boston Children’s Hospital, bring joy to children who get to meet these famous players, and also get to laugh at the hilarious costumes that they often choose.

This year, on Monday October 27th, Dougie Hamilton, Kevan Miller, Matt Fraser, Matt Bartkowski, Seth Griffith, and Torey Krug visited children at the hospital dressed to the nines as characters from the Disney animated film Frozen, even bringing along candy for the kids that they visited. From Krug’s cuddly Olaf portrayal, to Fraser and Hamilton hilariously depicting Disney heroines Anna and Elsa, the group certainly went all out to bring Halloween fun to some very deserving kids.

When celebrities use their well-established reputations to bring help, awareness, and happiness to those who need it, it is always something to be celebrated. Giving back is a responsibility and when you can use your good reputation to help others, it is a win-win situation for everyone involved. Everyone should take a tip from this amazing group of guys and be sure that they put their good reputations to use by helping others.

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