Clemson fans serve community members in Phoenix

In lieu of tonight’s national championship, Clemson fans treated the city of Phoenix to a free meal.

The fans totaled a meager two dozen, all predominately residents in phoenix, but their work was tremendous. The group fed 4,500 people in need. One of those individuals, Brad Loftis, a Clemson graduate and former collegiate athlete, looked at the chance to serve with nostalgic fondness.

“Having the opportunity to participate with the Clemson family brings back memories of those mission trips,” he said. “I’m really thankful just for the opportunity to come out and serve side by side with other people in the Clemson family who I have a connection with.”

24 people impacted 4,500 peoples lives in an incredible way.

That should encourage all of us, to get outside our comfort zones and mesh ourselves more with the communities we live in.

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