Bassmaster Elite Series angler Casey Scanlon has teamed up with the Morgan Nick Foundation and its "Picture Them Home" campaign. His Toyota truck will display the photos of two missing children during each Elite event this year.
Photos will be changed as Scanlon travels the country in an attempt to feature children who may have been last seen in that region.
“We are thankful to former Crawford County (Kansas) sheriff’s investigator Aaron Beshears, who approached MNF with this idea after he left the department in 2010 to pursue a career in professional bass fishing," said the foundation's Colleen Nick. "Aaron has worked diligently to create this partnership with the world of professional bass fishing in hopes that a missing child will be recovered.
"MNF is extremely excited to have someone of Casey’s caliber who is committed to the 'Picture Them Home' program and is willing to stand up and be a voice for missing children. Through these combined efforts we expect to see children returned safely home."