Bryan partners with NRA Country
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
– Luke Bryan partnered with an NRA supported organization, NRA Country, for the 2011 Farm Tour.
The partnership, now in its second year, will have NRA Country on site at all dates. The Farm Tour will continue for its third consecutive year with 6 shows kicking off in Clemson, S.C. on Sept. 29 and wrapping Oct. 7 in Carrollton, Ga. Farm Tour tickets are available now at www.lukebryan.com/farmtour and through local retail outlets.
The idea for the Farm Tour concerts came from Bryan as a way to give back to local farming communities by celebrating the American farmer. Proceeds from the concerts will go toward scholarships for students from farming families attending local colleges in each community where the shows are taking place.
Bryan is also teaming up with NRA Country to offer fans special access to VIP Meet & Greet Charity Packages for his "CMT ON TOUR: Luke Bryan Tailgates & Tanlines" tour with Josh Thompson and Lee Brice which opens on Sept. 15 in Huntington, West Va. Packages include premium seats and an exclusive meet & greet with Bryan - all while helping charities supporting our military, American farmers, youth leadership, firearms safety and other causes improving the lives of hard-working Americans nationwide through NRA Country Cares.
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