Bounty Hunter Teams up with Megan Meier Foundation!

In an effort to educate and promote awareness about the growing problem of bullying in our schools and online, the Bounty Hunter and Jimmy Creten have partnered with Tina Meier to promote the mission of the Megan Meier Foundation.

The Foundation carries the namesake of Tina’s daughter Megan, who took her own life after being cyber bullied. Tina has spoken to over 25,000 students in schools all across the country about the effects and dangers of bullying.

Bullying is a major problem that all families deal with. If we all work together, we can do something positive about it!

As a TEAM we start today, right here, right now by supporting the Megan Meier Foundation.

We ask you to help the Bounty Hunter CRUSH Bullying & Cyber Bullying at the 2012 Monster Jam World Finals in Las Vegas by purchasing a Megan Meier Foundation Ribbon from our store.

To show our appreciation for your support, we will place YOUR NAME on the tailgate of the Bounty Hunter for the World Finals!

Proceeds will be used to support the mission of the Foundation: “The mission of the Megan Meier Foundation is to bring awareness, education and promote positive change to children, parents, and educators in response to the ongoing bullying and cyberbullying in our children’s daily environment.”

For more information about what you can do to prevent bullying / cyber bullying;or to get in touch with the Foundation, please visit their website:

About Ed Hoormann

Ed Hoormann is located near the home of Bigfoot, just a short drive from their shop. He enjoys all forms of monster trucks and specializes in web design and photography. Ed is constantly seeking new opportunities in the monster truck industry and enjoys helping whereever he can. Known for his strong work ethic and dedication to the sport, Ed makes an impression whereever monster trucks are.


  1. Lloyd Wideman says:

    Thank you for sharing this story.
    Thank you for helping make a difference.

  2. Anne Klessen says:

    As a parent, I am tuned into the Cartoon Network campaign, Speak Up! The Anti-Bullying campaign is a White House priority, according to experts. Also, there is a parent legal advocate at work to address the needs of this cyber-bullying epedemic. I believe we need to report the individual event which may follow as a system of trafficking these situations. Each case of bullying or report can be given the proper attention to reduce to a more manageable level. There are so many instances that are far worse than those reported. Slavery, etc. This is a good preventive measure. Use the first amendment right to Speak Up Against Bullying!

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