Cracker Barrel Old Country Store contributes $10,000 to Snowball Express

MAUMEE, Ohio--()--Snowball Express assists military families who have lost a parent killed during active duty. Accepting the Cracker Barrel contribution are eight year old Myles Eckert and airman Lt. Col. Frank Dailey. Last February, Myles found a $20 bill in this Maumee, Ohio Cracker Barrel store’s parking lot and generously gave the money to Dailey, who was in the restaurant that day with his family. Myles father was killed by a roadside bomb in 2005.

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Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.
Jim Keller, 615-235-4644
Corporate Communications Manager

On hand to accept the check is eight year old Myles Eckert, who found a $20 bill in this Maumee, Ohio Cracker Barrel store’s parking lot last February and generously gave the money to airman Lt. Col. Frank Dailey, who was in the restaurant that day with his family. Myles father was killed by a roadside bomb in 2005. Snowball Express assists military families like Myles’ who have lost a parent killed during active duty. Pictured (L – R) Tiffany Eckert, Myles mother; Myles Eckert; Lt. Col. Frank Dailey, Deb Fratrik, Cracker Barrel Sr. Vice President; Dean Pickett, Cracker Barrel Maumee, OH store manager; and Randy Crafton, Cracker Barrel District Manager. (Photo: Business Wire)

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Snowball Express assists military families who have lost a parent killed during active duty. Accepting the Cracker Barrel contribution are eight year old Myles Eckert and airman Lt. Col. Frank Dailey.

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Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.
Jim Keller, 615-235-4644
Corporate Communications Manager