Kip Moore Does Good in Cincinnati

Continues Comeback Kid Skatepark Project

Kip Moore’s Comeback Kid Skatepark Project continued Wednesday (July 27) in Cincinnati, Ohio with the opening of the new Warsaw Federal Skatepark in the Lower Price Hill neighborhood. The beautification project was part of the city’s Neighborhood Enhancement Program.

Now locals can try the skatepark’s new 35-by-68-foot pump track, grind rails and Hubba skate ledge. Children at the opening were also surprised with free skateboards, helmets, knee pads and backpacks filled with t-shirts and socks.
 
“I’m always searching for purpose in my life,” Moore said in a press release.  “I battle the feeling of if I’m doing enough with the small amount of time I have on this earth each day.  I’m so blessed to get to do what I do, but I have always believed with those blessings come responsibility. Days like today give me that feeling of purpose. I get to see a direct impact in a needed community.”
 
The Comeback Kid Skatepark Project is the first initiative of the Kip’s Kids Fund with the non-profit Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (CFMT).  

The initiative has helped open skateparks Nashville, Boston, San Marcos, Texas and Annapolis, Maryland. Donate directly to the Fund by visiting the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee online.

Lauren Tingle is a Tennessean and storyteller who eats music for breakfast, lunch and dinner. When she’s not writing or rocking out, she enjoys yoga and getting lost in the great outdoors.