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Morgan enlists support of Lewis, Stevens

Wednesday, August 7, 2013 – Craig Morgan enlisted the support of Aaron Lewis and Tate Stevens for his seventh annual charity event in mid-September.

Tickets for the Sept. 14 concert and celebrity off-road trail ride, taking place in Morgan's hometown of Dickson, Tenn., go on sale today, Wednesday, August 7 and can be purchased online at CraigMorgan.com. Proceeds will benefit Billy's Place, a component fund of the Dickson County Craig Morgan Foundation. The organization's primary goal is to assist foster children in Dickson County and throughout Middle Tennessee.

The morning starts with a motocross exhibition from several of motocross' celebrities and competitors, followed by a group trail ride and lunch.

The concert follows later that night.


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