CJ Brother Max and the Outbacks Win Community Heroes Award
Aidan Nolan, CJ and Max Teas have been named the Queen City Audio, Video and Appliances Community Heroes Award winners. This trio of Weddington High School students are all members of the Warriors wrestling team and also make up the local Rock and Roll band CJ Brother Max and the Outbacks. All three band mates are stand out athletes and scholars. In addition to being on the wrestling team, Aidan is also on the Weddington track team, and CJ is on the Weddington Baseball team.
Over the last 3 years the band CJ Brother Max and the Outbacks have raised over $15,000 in donations for local Veterans who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and purchased specially trained service dogs from their concerts. The band works in conjunction with the Patriot Military Family Foundation, a local 501(c)3 to pair up the dogs with Veterans who suffer from PTSD. The band is wrapping up the year playing at the Patriot Gala on November 5th where they will be presenting their third service dog to a Veteran who suffers from PTSD. They plan on playing 15-20 concerts locally in 2017, with a mini-tour in the fall along the Northeast corridor.
Queen City Audio, Video and Appliances salutes Aidan Nolan, CJ and Max Teas for their continued commitment to serving others in our community.