Rob Levine’s Kid’s Corner Program with the PawSox
Providence Injury and Disability Attorney, Rob Levine is partnering for the second year running with the Pawtucket Red Sox at McCoy Stadium. Levine’s program known as the, “Rob Levine Kids Corner” is bringing 20 kids to watch the game from a VIP box for each of the 70 home games at McCoy in 2018.
Kids Corner attendees receive VIP treatment while at McCoy. “We’re giving organizations and kids within our community the opportunity to attend a game, experience this all-American pastime, and create unique memories at McCoy Stadium,” says Levine. “Dozens of community programs have benefited from the Rob Levine Kids Corner, including the Boys and Girls Club, the local YMCA’s, school groups, and nonprofit organizations focused on youth and children. We encourage all community youth groups and programs to get involved so we can give this opportunity to as many children as possible, “Levine further states.
Levine is passionate and devoted to public services not only through his career as an attorney but also as a retired police officer, paramedic, and military police officer. This sponsorship among others, allow Levine and his Team to advocate for the community in which they live, work, and play. Rob Levine’s Kids Corner highlights their mission of helping those in need from a legal capacity as well as giving back to the community in many ways as often as he can.
“Thanks to Rob Levine, we are thrilled to be able to offer the Rob Levine’s Kids Corner and expand our guest list to provide many more individuals and organizations with a first-class experience at McCoy Stadium,” states Rob Crain, Senior VP of Sales and Marketing for the PawSox. “Rob Levine’s generosity and commitment to the community is amazing and we are proud to have him and his Team as our community partner,” Crain further states.
If your organization is interested in participating in the Rob Levine Kids Corner, please contact us today.
We know him as the Heavy Hitting Attorney, helping injured or disabled individuals. However, you may not be aware of Rob Levine’s background. At sixteen he became part of the Glen Rock Volunteer Ambulance Corps, holding a position of an emergency medical technician (EMT). Within a year he became Crew Chief. During his nine years of dedication, he became second-in-command of a fifty-person rescue squad. This was the beginning of his call to serve.
Levine then went to college for Administration of Justice and to the Rhode Island Army National Guard. There he served three years as a military police officer. After his national service and graduating from college, he took a step toward serving the community. The Central Falls Police Department hired Rob as an officer after graduation. Levine saw a great need in the community immediately. He then secured sixteen thousand dollars in grant money for the department’s first K-9 Drug Enforcement unit. He became the head of the K-9 unit and went to California for formal training. Rob and his dog became instrumental in fighting the ever-present drug problem in the city.
Rob began to attend law school, was learning how to fly helicopters, practicing in a Robison R-22, helicopter. After graduating from law school Rob retired from the police department and began to practice law continuing to help those in need. Rob also continued to feel the need to serve the community as a volunteer and became a Ski Patroller. Then Rob furthered his education by going back to school to become a paramedic. Rob now works and volunteers his time as a paramedic, riding on an ambulance, trying to make a difference.