“Hello to Texas,” Rodney Smith Jr. wrote Monday on Twitter.
The founder of Raising Men Lawn Care Service is spending his summer traveling to all 50 states, mowing the lawns of the underprivileged at no cost. His Twitter bio reads that he provides “free lawn care to the elderly, disabled, single moms, [and] veterans.”
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He spent Monday in Dallas, encouraging others to meet up with him to mow lawns:
Hello to Texas . I will be mowing in Dallas,TX in the morning . If you know anyone who is elderly, disabled, a single mother or a veteran who needs their lawn mowed let me know . It’s free . pic.twitter.com/TxF01Wlpzn— Rodney Smith Jr (@iamrodneysmith) June 19, 2018
Good people of Dallas, if your wanting to come out and mow with me meet me at this Walmart , 13739 N Central Expy Dallas, TX 75243 @ 9:15. It’s near my first lawn . Look for a black Ford Edge with 50 states 50 Lawns on the side of the car.— Rodney Smith Jr (@iamrodneysmith) June 19, 2018
I asked people if they wanted to meet me, meet me at Walmart . Before I headed to my lawn they-prayed for me .