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Top country stars raising awareness for Legion

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Top country stars raising awareness for Legion

Some of the biggest names in country music will head to the stage this weekend in a three-day music festival that will raise awareness for American Legion programs.

Tree Town Musical Festival in Forest City, Iowa, will take place at Heritage Park May Friday-Sunday and feature live performances from several of country music’s hottest stars, including Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Scotty McCreery, Brantley Gilbert and Chris Young.

During the festival, American Legion service officers from the Department of Iowa will be in attendance to meet with veterans about claims benefits and opportunities available through the Home Base Iowa initiative. In addition to music, Tree Town Music Festival will feature a variety of food vendors, rock climbing and bounce houses.

Tree Town Music Festival and The American Legion created discounted ticket prices to make it an affordable destination event for active-duty military, veterans and their families. A three-day general admission passes is $110 per person and a single-day general admission is $60 per person. Use promo code “LEGION” at checkout to receive the discount. Tickets can be purchased online at www.treetownfestival.com.

Three-day passes include admission to the Little Nashville Stage on Friday that features live performances by David Ray, The Last Ride, Hali Hicks and Megan Ellis.

For more information the concerts and accommodations, click here or call (877) 569-7767.

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cowboyup

May 20, 2014 - 1:57pm

Maybe these outstanding music stars need to hear from the Veterans on How some A.L.S.O.'s are not doing what they claim to be doing while we are dying and getting worse waiting for our fair ratings. I have recorded conversations from Phoenix Ratings office top brass officials who stated all my information was in their data base and he would also request pro-rate from 2008. Two weeks later while at my A.L.S.O.'s office in Tucson we called the same top brass. Guess what? He told my rep. there was no data at all on me. And that top brass belongs to the American Legion. In fact 99% of that Phoenix Ratings Office are all American Legion. Im grateful for American Legion in most cases. However, there is something not quite right with this Arizona thing at all. Is it just here, or do any other Veterans have issues close to this?

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