Little Big Town rides for a cure
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
– Little Big Town is set to Ride For A Cure on Sunday, June 14, benefiting the T.J. Martell Foundation, marking the third year of LBT's involvement in the Nashville-area event.
"We are thrilled to be part of this wonderful event to help raise funds for the T.J. Martell Foundation," said Karen Fairchild of LBT. "Our goal is for people to attend, have some fun and feel part of this special cause that is working to find a cure for cancer."
The T. J. Martell Foundation is offering a special VIP ticket for $300 that includes breakfast, access to the VIP areas during the ride, lunch, a gift bag, t-shirt and performance. Rider and non-rider tickets are $35 and include the ride (if a rider), lunch, t-shirt and performance. Tickets may be purchased on line at www.nashvillerideforacure.com.
The ride supports cancer research at the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. The T.J. Martell Foundation supports leukemia, cancer and AIDS research at six top hospitals in the U.S.
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