This time, he’s helping us out by tweeting to raise money for flood victims.
“The effectiveness of Twitter to connect has proven to be almost the go-to platform for some of the things that unfold around the world,” Hammer said. “When a disaster happens, this is a great way to mobilize people. When I saw what was going on, I wanted to do something. I started tweeting asking folks to contribute to American Red Cross… your feed becomes an extension of your personality.”
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We’ll see if A&E will bring back “Hammertime” next season, but until them… U can’t touch this!