Kylie Johnson Does It For The Troops [8 Photos]

Down in the Big Easy this past Sunday, Crown Royal teamed up with Playboy to throw a kick-ass football viewing party at one of New Orleans’ premiere hot-spots, The Metropolitan. The bash celebrated Veteran’s Day, raised money for charity and kicked off the second annual Crown Royal Heroes Project alongside smoking hot Miss Feb. 2011 Playmate, Kylie Johnson.

Not only did guests sip on tasty Crown Royal Maple cocktails, they were also able to give back to servicemen and women by stuffing special care packages to be shipped overseas…with a little help from Kylie (a former army brat herself) of course.

For every bag stuffed, Crown Royal made a donation (Total of $5,000!) to Support Our War Heroes, a local New Orleans non-profit organization that assists military members who have sustained life altering injuries. If you want to see more information please visit http://supportourwarheroes.net and if you want to see more pictures of Kylie see below

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