Luke Bryan Honoring Troops With Expenses-Paid Trip to See Him in Concert
Luke Bryan has promised to honor the troops in a big way. The singer, with help from a big beer company, will offer some very lucky servicemen and women an all-expense-paid trip to Chicago for one of his jaw-dropping concerts.
The ‘Drink a Beer’ star will extend his hand to 45 men and women for a truly one-of-a-kind experience. Bryan and Miller Lite have teamed up to send the deserving service people to see his That’s My Kind of Night Tour at Solider Field in Chicago on Aug. 31.
“We are excited to give these incredible service men and women the chance to win a truly amazing experience,” Miller Lite Senior Director Ryan Reis says in a press release. “It’s an honor and privilege for Miller Lite to give back to the heroes in our armed forces.”
The 45 individuals — a mix of Army and Air Force troops — will get to enjoy a true Luke Bryan party. The party is a text-to-win event and will be available exclusively in Army and Air Force Exchange Services stores. If you’re a current or former serviceman or woman and are at least 21 years of age, you’re eligible to play to win.
Bryan’s That’s My Kind of Night Tour continues through October with stops all over the U.S., including Los Angeles, Phoenix, Brooklyn and Chicago, where the troops will be special guests. Full tour dates are listed on the singer’s website.
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