MONSTER ENERGY AFTERSHOCK ECONOMIC REPORT RELEASED

MONSTER ENERGY AFTERSHOCK —CALIFORNIA’S BIGGEST ROCK FESTIVAL— BRINGS TENS OF MILLIONS IN ECONOMIC IMPACT, CHARITABLE GIVING TO A LOCAL NON-PROFIT, AND FARM-TO-FORK GIVEAWAYS TO DISCOVERY PARK THIS WEEKEND.

With a spend well over $1 million with local businesses, and an economic impact to the community that exceeds $10 million, this weekend’s Monster Energy Aftershock music festival at Discovery Park has made an additional impact on the Sacramento community with an announced $10,000 charitable donation to Stanford Settlement in Natomas.

“Giving back to the community is a high priority for us and we’re always looking for ways to engage in local causes,” says Danny Hayes, CEO of Danny Wimmer Presents (DWP), producers of Monster Energy Aftershock. “Stanford Settlement is doing great work with youth and others in the neighborhoods around Discovery Park and we’re happy to be able to contribute to their efforts.”

Read the entire press release here.

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