'Donut Boy' stops in Nashville to give 1,000 sweet treats to K9 officers
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) —
A 10-year-old boy has already given out 700,000 doughnuts on his trek across America to give back to police officers and he's making a stop in Nashville.
Tyler Carach has fondly come to be known as the "Donut Boy" for delivering confectionery treats to officers.
On Thursday, Carach is making a stop at the K9 Conference taking place in the downtown Marriott. This is a special delivery for "Donut Boy" as he one day wants to become a K9 officer.
Carach is getting help from "Tiny Little Donuts" in Franklin and Brentwood with a donation of 1,000 doughnuts.
Carach's motto that keeps him moving forward is "I DONUT need a reason to thank a cop."
Find out more about the Donut Boy and motto here.