Dog the Bounty Hunter is returning to Jackson to host a town hall meeting on addiction. Duane “Dog” Chapman, the star of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” will speak at “A Town Hall Meeting on Addiction and How to Find Your Road to Redemption.” The event is Sunday, September 30 at the Michigan Theatre.
Doors open at 2:00pm. The presentation begins at 3:00pm. Three ticket levels available. Every ticket holder has the opportunity for an upgrade that includes a “meet and greet” and a photo taken with DOG.
$100- MEET AND GREET AREA: This includes the front 50 seats and a meet and greet with Dog, The Bounty Hunter.
$50- Includes a seat in the first five rows (rows A through E), and an autographed photo of Dog. An upgrade to “meet and greet” is $50.
$25- Includes a seat in the auditorium to witness the program. An upgrade to “meet and greet” is $75.
Chapman has made several visits to Jackson to work on local cases with Lodise Bail Bonds and Jeff Kirkpatrick, a close friend.
Presented by Backseat Ministries and hosted by Treatment Partners of America, the evening will be designed to learn about the signs of, know who can help for, and know where to go to get help for addiction.
Teaming up with Treatment Partners of America, Dog is looking forward to helping addicts nationwide find the help they so desperately need. Dog brings his dynamic style and faith to everyone he meets and now has a direct line through TPA to offer unmatched professional addiction treatment.
Back Seat Ministry is a non-profit organization with the stated mission to support the weak, the lost, and the forgotten. Their purpose is to bring hope and encouragement, an outreach for Anyone looking for their second chance.