Talk about a bro you should know. Brooks Dyroff is a sophomore (not living in Walsh only because Coach York wont let him) who is a co-founder of a non profit organization called CEO4Teens. The goal of CEO4Teens is to create educational opportunities for less fortunate teenagers around the world. If that's not enough for you, Brooksy also organized the BC mentoring program between St. Columbkille and the BC Hockey team. Yeah, Brooks Dyroff, good people. One of those guys that makes you wonder what you can do to help. What can you do to help you ask? It's as simple as wearing a hat. Brooks has hand crafted the freshest of fresh lids (as seen to the left) for this non profit organization. Recently you may have seen around campus a lot of the BC Men's Hockey team showing their support for the organization by reppin' these brims. You too can show your support by purchasing one. The hats can be bought for $20 with all of the proceeds benefitting CEO4Teens. It's a win-win in my book. You're able to look good while doing good. Help this great cause by contacting Brooks Dyroff either via facebook or by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org (don't worry, he doesn't bite). To learn more about his organization, check out the website www.ceo4teens.com
All donations go to CEO4Teens and not the hockey team. Unlike Reggie Bush we wont have to give back the natty ship after the fellas bring it home (it wont be potentially the only hardware they're bringing home. Brooks is a Top 3 finalist for the Hockey Humanitarian Award, which, when translated, is the Heisman of Community Service.)
Screw the math: If every follower of Broston College on twitter bought just 1 hat, we could raise over 10,000 dollars for CEO4Teens. Help make a difference.