Brett Favre: Retired QB Visits Tornado-Ravaged Areas, Vows to Help Area out
Favre Visits A Destroyed Wrangler Distribution Center
Brett Favre returned to the headlines this week for a good reason as he visited Hackleburg in Alabama, one of the towns destroyed by recent tornadoes throughout the South.
Hackleburg was home to a Wrangler distribution center which Favre, a spokesman for Wrangler, visited this week.
On Wednesday, former NFL quarterback Brett Favre came to see for himself the devastation left behind by the April 27th storms. The football legend spent the day vowing support and comfort to the storm victims.
"We were hit by a tornado in 2002, not nearly the size of this one," said Favre. "I know what it's like, you walk outside like where do I start?"
Favre signed autographs before leaving, and this is a nice story to remind people Favre, at heart, is a really nice guy. His dark side was on display this last year in Minnesota with the Jenn Sterger fiasco, but nobody is perfect.
Obviously Favre can not command the kind of support President Obama can when vowing to help out, but the people of Hackleburg need all the help they can get, no matter how small it is.
At least we are not talking about Favre coming out of retirement.
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