Little Big Town to ride for a cure

Little Big Town to ride for a cure

Nashville, Tennessee – Platinum artists Little Big Town will take to the streets at the second annual Ride For A Cure motorcycle ride on Sunday, June 8, 2008 benefiting the T.J. Martell Foundation. The ride will kick off at the Harley-Davidson of Cool Springs and end at the future location of Harley-Davidson of Columbia for a field party where Applebee’s will provide a post-ride barbecue lunch followed by a special jam session with Little Big Town and friends.

Celebrities and special guests participating in the ride include Darryl Worley, Lonestar, Gary Chapman, GAC’s Storme Warren, Heidi Newfield, Bo Bice, Jennifer Hansen, Mark Nestler, Trent Tomlinson, Ira Dean, Keith Anderson, Chuck Wicks, Jeff Allen, Charles Kelly of Lady Antebellum, James Otto and Christian Kane, to name a few.

“We are excited to be involved with the Ride For A Cure to help raise vital research dollars for the T.J. Martell Foundation,” said Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town. “Folks will be able to come out and ride, have a great lunch and enjoy a fun show. It is a great way for everyone involved to make a difference.”

Riders will have the opportunity to purchase a VIP Access Package for $250 to include a meet and greet with Little Big Town, ride swag bag and lunch. For $35, riders will receive a t-shirt and lunch. Non-rider tickets are $35 and include lunch. All guests attending will be able to stay for the post event jam session. Participants will have the opportunity to collect pledges and raise additional funds for the foundation. Anyone who raises $100 or more will receive extra swag items.

Sponsors for the Ride For A Cure include Harley-Davidson of Cool Springs and Columbia, Applebee’s, Custom Uniform Service, The Auto Collection of Cool Springs, Manheim Auto Auction, Dippin’ Dots, Wrangler and 95.5 The Wolf.

“We are expecting a great turn out this year,” said Ricky Kelley, owner of Harley-Davidson of Cool Springs and Harley-Davidson of Columbia and Co-Chairman of the Ride For A Cure. “It will be a great way for people to enjoy a beautiful summer afternoon and help a great cause at the same time.”

To register for the Ride For A Cure, log onto
or call (615) 256-2002.
Posted 4.28.08

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