Gibson County ‘Mobile Patrol’ drink to assist tornado victims
GIBSON COUNTY, Tenn. — After opting out of Mobile Patrol, Gibson County Sheriff Paul Thomas announced the sheriff’s office will once again participate.
To recognize the return of the community information app to Gibson County, residents can participate in a special offer.
The sheriff’s office has partnered with various nutrition drink shops throughout the county to develop a new drink: the “Mobile Patrol.”
The drink will be available during the week of January 10 at the following locations:
- Medina Nutrition
- Humboldt Nutrition
- Central Avenue Nutrition
- Nutrition 31
- Dyer Nutrition
- Nutrition Hut of Milan
According to Sheriff Thomas, a portion of proceeds from each “Mobile Patrol” drink purchased will be donated to locals displaced by the December tornadoes.
Each store will also be accepting monetary donations.
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