Iowa (KWWL) — It all started with a sign for beer money and ended with millions of dollars raised for the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital. We’re looking back on the Carson King Fundraising Saga and how a simple sign and string of events had Iowans picking sides. It’s the sign that started
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To see a full timeline of events on Carson King’s rise to fame, click here. (WHO-TV) – After raising millions of dollars for the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital, Carson King will end up with a year’s supply of Busch Light after all. Mike Schonhorst of Huxley personally bought 30 cases of Busch Light
King’s fundraiser started when he held up a sign asking for Venmo donations to buy more Busch Light during ESPN’s College GameDay coverage of the Cy-Hawk game.
WATERLOO, Iowa (KWWL) — Iowa Oktoberfest kicks off in downtown Waterloo Friday, but one beer company won’t be on tap for the celebration.
Goldie’s Ice Cream Shoppe, the ice cream parlor in King’s hometown, Prairie City, is creating a Busch Light-flavored soft serve in his honor.
Both Busch Light and Venmo announced they will match the money raised at the end of the month.
Both Busch Light and Venmo announced they will match the money raised at the end of the month .