KISS Supports ‘Hiring Our Heroes,’ Hires Vet As Roadie - New York News

KISS Supports ‘Hiring Our Heroes,’ Hires Vet As Roadie

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PHILADELPHIA -

Each year, thousands of veterans come home from serving overseas and start looking for work. There is an organization called "Hiring Our Heroes" that works to help find them jobs.

Joining "Good Day" to talk about this program Monday was Sgt. James Cunningham. He knows firsthand what you have to do to find work after serving in Iraq.

Among those who have been helped by the organization is veteran Paul Jordan, who was hired by KISS as a roadie for the rock band's tour.

KISS also presented check of $250,000 to "Hiring Our Heroes."

"Hiring Our Heroes" is giving away tickets to an upcoming KISS concert to our viewers. The concert is Thursday at the Susquehanna Bank Center.

To enter for a chance to win, click here, and make sure you read the complete set of ticket giveaway rules by clicking here. Entries must be submitted by 10 a.m.

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