Panthers Trick or Treat at Local Children’s Hospital

The Carolina Panthers’ rookie class continued a 13-year tradition this season by visiting the Levine Children’s Hospital at the Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. As with tradition, each rookie visited wearing the colorful costumes of superheroes to brighten the day of patients and their families.

The players chose costumes from Spiderman to Mr. Incredible, partaking in Halloween traditions like pumpkin carving and candy distributing with the patients.

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Vernon Butler, the top draft pick for the team transformed himself into “Super Toddler” while Jeremy Cash chose Captain America. Cornerback James Bradberry morphed into Spider Man and bonded with one patient in particular, who was more interested in being friends with Spider Man than the actual athlete.

The Panthers also signed and gave out hats and footballs to the kids on 4 floors of Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The experience helps the rookies share some quality bonding time together while making a meaningful impact on those facing difficult challenges in their life. Instead of missing out on Halloween, these players get to bring Halloween to the kids.

Ready to trick-or-treat in Charlotte? You’re sure to have a good time—Charlotte Ranked by Zillow as #15 Best City to Trick or Treat!

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