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Boomer Harvey backs 2017 Bail Out

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The annual Whitelion Bail Out campaign provides participants with the opportunity to step into the shoes of Tasmania’s disadvantaged youth, raising awareness and much needed funds.

AFL Legend Brent ‘Boomer’ Harvey has thrown his support behind this fantastic cause. Joining Fairsy this morning for his Big Breakfast, Boomer shares why he decided to get involved as a Whitelion ambassador.

“I just thought it was a good opportunity to give back a little bit, and create some awareness and hopefully raise some money…for these young guys that end up in the juvenile justice system,” he says.

If you would like to get involved in the 2017 Bail Out, click here for more information.

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