NSP invites public to cover a cruiser with #NebraskaStrong messages
Courtesy of our media partners at NTV:
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. — The Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) is inviting Nebraska State Fair attendees to show their support for fellow Nebraskans affected by flooding and blizzards earlier this year by covering an entire NSP Dodge Charger with #NebraskaStrong messages.
According to NSP, those messages will be written on Post-it notes, then they will be used to cover the cruiser on display in the NSP booth at the State Fair.
Fair attendees can visit the NSP display and attach their messages any time throughout the Nebraska State Fair, running from Friday, August 23 through Monday, September 2.
“We’ve seen Nebraskans pull together in amazing ways this year,” said Colonel John Bolduc, Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. “With all the people who attend the Nebraska State Fair, we think we can cover an entire NSP cruiser with Post-it notes, featuring messages of support for those affected by the largest natural disaster our state has seen.”
The NSP booth is located in the southeast corner of the Pinnacle Bank Expo Building, which is near on State Fair Boulevard between the main gate and the midway.