Florida Georgia Line spearheads Habitat For Humanity holiday toy drive

Toy Drive starts on Giving Tuesday through Dec 18th

In the spirit of the season, Florida Georgia Line is sharing their “Blessings” while ushering in the holidays. Inspiring fans to join them and “always take time to count your blessings,” the global entertainers will host more give-back initiatives, following the first Blessings Yard Sale last year at their Nashville event space, meet and greet, which successfully raised funds for Home Street Home Ministries.

Beginning Giving Tuesday, December 3rd, and running through December 18th, FGL will team up with Habitat For Humanity of Greater Nashville for a Toy Drive to bring joy to Middle Tennessee families in need. New unwrapped children’s toys and art supplies for all ages can be donated at meet and greet (1910 21st Avenue South) during normal business hours. Complimentary treats and drinks will be offered on-site, with additional information available here.

Tonight (November 25th), the BMLG Records duo welcomes Fort Campbell servicemen and women to their bar-restaurant FGL House for an intimate evening held in support of the USO (United Service Organizations) with event sponsor Old Camp Whiskey. The private party will feature live performances by Round Here Records and Tree Vibez Music artists Canaan Smith, Raelynn, Corey Crowder, Blake Redferrin and Dyland Schneider. Headlining last year’s World’s Biggest USO Tour from Washington, D.C., that also streamed live around the globe, FGL continues to show their longstanding commitment to supporting our nation’s troops. Old Camp Whiskey also celebrates their ongoing partnership with the USO, plus the star-spangled Old Camp Whiskey Patriot Pack – a special-edition bottle launched in May 2018.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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