United Healthcare needed help building a brand new playground at Plumley Village in Worcester, particularly for the heavy lifting part. They got plenty of strength in the form of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, along with seven others.
Gronk joined Nate Solder, Sterling Moore, Jermaine Cunningham, Matthew Slater, Zoltan Mesko, Tracy White, Alex Silvestro, and former Patriot Andre Tippett in helping build the playground. That’s full strength for you.
But apparently Gronk tried to get out of doing the hard parts of the operation…
Andy Lacombe (@AndyLac32) September 11, 2012
NESN’s Tom Caron was also on hand at the event and snapped a couple of photos of Gronk and Solder meeting fans and testing out the new equipment. In other words, just continuing to enjoy himself and bring joy to everything and everyone he meets.
Gronk also took time to take photos with United employees who were lucky enough to be there and meet him.
Gene Clemens (@JeanR4Y) September 11, 2012
Great to see the Patriots dominating life both on and off the field!