Earthquakes player Eddie Robinson had a busy day on Tuesday, August 2. After volunteering at a free screening of the Quakes Highlight Video at Metropolis Theaters in San Jose, the Quakes defender also visited children at Washington Elementary School in San Jose for a few hours during National Night Out.
The 21st Annual National Night Out encouraged communities to come together to increase awareness about crime prevention. The event also strengthened neighborhood spirit as well as police-community partnerships and relationships.
At the elementary school, Eddie Robinson interacted with the kids present at the event. The Quakes soccer star signed autographs along with Earthquakes mascot "Q." Robinson also encouraged the kids to participate in the Sierra Mist MLS Dribble, Pass and Score competition that was set up at the event.
National Night Out was a great experience for everyone involved. Robinson, "Q," and the Earthquakes staff had a fun time giving back to the children of the local community while supporting an event to make San Jose a safer environment for all.