New Orleans pelicans, shooting guard J.J. Radick and his wife Chelsea announced a partnership with Lineage Logistics.
Lineage Logistics is the world’s largest and most innovative provider of temperature-controlled food logistics. The company also works with Anthony Davis.
The donation of pelicans and radishes will provide the New Orleans community with more than 1.8 million meals, which is good news for the region.
Pelican, Radix and Honey announced a donation through feeding America, the nation’s largest anti-poverty organization, in support of the Second Harvest Food Bank, a local non-profit organization dedicated to fighting hunger in southern Louisiana by providing food and supporting more than 700 community partners and programs in 23 communities. This grant will help provide more than 1.8 million meals to people in need throughout New Orleans as part of the COWID 19 pandemic response.
Chelsea and I are very grateful to the New Orleans community for welcoming our family with open arms, JJ Redick said. We feel incredibly happy to work with Second Harvest Food Bank to provide food to individuals and families who need it in these difficult times. We would also like to thank the Lineage Logistics team for making their resources available for extra meals and work in New Orleans.
Radik made his first season with the Pelikans, but he has already become a fan favorite of such shows.
Until the suspension of the 2019-20 season. Radik got an average of 14.9 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.0 assists with 45.0 percent of the field, 45.2 percent of the bow and 90.2 percent of the penalty kick. He showed up at 54 games.
The pelicans hope for a resumption of the season as they fight for the eighth place in the west. New Orleans looked like another team with a rookie, Zion Williamson. The pelicans were 10-9 when Zion played.
We remind you that Williamson missed the start of the season after surgery on his left knee just before the regular championship.