This is a guest post from the biggest fan of the New York Jets, Fireman Ed. Read more about his new App, in which proceeds go to the Boomer Esiason Foundation and Autism Speaks in Meghan Madte’s name.
Can’t get enough of Fireman Ed’s famous J-E-T-S chant? Now you can take the JETS most vocal fan with you wherever you go with a new Fireman Ed Chant App.
With this App, fans have the chance to create personalized Fireman Ed J-E-T-S chants, send them to friends and post to their YouTube and Facebook accounts. Fans can record their own versions of the chant – cheering their own names, the names of their favorite players past and present, or their families and friends. Fans can add personalized messages to the end of the chant to make each chant unique.
The app also features a soundboard with phrases and words recorded by Ed so you can feel like you at the game 24/7. Ed has something to say about some of the team’s biggest rivals in a series of videos. If fans are feeling traditional, they can simply listen to the 100% authentic J-E-T-S chant.
The app is available on the IPad, IPhone and Android smartphones for a one-time cost of $1.99. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Boomer Esiason Foundation and Autism Speaks.
Why Autism Speaks?
I chose to donate to Autism Speaks because of very close friends whose children have autism. I see the commitment they have for their children, and I see the commitment they have for the Autism Speaks foundation.
Autism Speaks has provided these families with opportunities and resources and continues to give them hope each day.
I always promised if I ever had the opportunity to help them, I would. This app has given me the opportunity to help the Autism Speaks foundation and in turn, help very special friends.
I know the foundation will continue to provide resources which help all families dealing with this disorder. It is a great feeling knowing that I will have the opportunity to make a difference with my contributions.
A Quote from a Community Member:
Bill Elliot: “Fireman Ed….if you are a big enough man to help the kids & parents who face the challenge of Autism daily……I am a enough of a man to switch jerseys….J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets!!!!!!!”