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An Alabama man has to be a creative way to bring police officers closer to the communities.

Rodney Smith Jr. has traveled to all 50 states, and mowing lawns, for free, and now he’s going to perform the feat again, and for the following reasons.

Smith was previously set itself the goal of cutting at least one of the front lawn, in every state, and for an elderly person, a person with a disability, a single parent, or a seasoned veteran. He is now inviting police officers to be working with him.

Smith tweeted on Monday that ‘working with the Police,” the tour starts Wednesday in the Apopka, Florida area.

“The goal is to get the communities to come together around those who serve and protect us,” he said on Twitter.

He even had a police theme and reaper made, painted it in black and white, and equipped with emergency lighting.

Smith was inspired to begin a free of charge yard, a mowing service in the year 2015 after seeing an elderly man to cut his lawn.

Rodney Smith Jr., here are to be seen in 2016, said he will travel throughout the country to bring together police officers and their communities.
(AP Photo/Jay Reeves, File)

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Individual and corporate donations, have helped him pay for hotel rooms and other expenses.

“I’m just a man on a mission from God, and the fulfillment of all of his work,” Smith told Fox 17 News that when he was stopped in Nashville, tn in June of 2018.

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