Teddy bear toss set a new record in Hershey

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Teddy bear toss set a new record in Hershey

52,341 stuffed animals collected


The teddy bear toss set a new world record at the Hershey Bear game. When the Bears scored their first goal on Saturday night, fans threw all the stuffed animals on the ice. According to team officials, 52,341 stuffed animals were collected and donated to various organisations. There was also a large cash donation. Bears fan Jeff Swigart said that if the record was broken, he would donate $50,000. That money will go to the Children’s Miracle Network at Penn State Health Children’s Hospital.

Teddy Bear Toss set a new world record in Hershey Bear game.

When the Bears scored their first goal on Saturday night, fans threw all the stuffed animals on the ice.

According to team officials, 52,341 stuffed animals were collected and donated to various organisations.

There was also a large cash donation.

Bears fan Jeff Swigart said that if the record is broken, he will donate $50,000.

That money will go to the Children’s Miracle Network at Penn State Health Children’s Hospital.

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