Tuesday, May 31, 2016

'Camp NASH' Music Fest Benefits Charitable Trust

(L-R) Mike McVay, Cumulus/Westwood One SVP Content & Programming; Blair Garner, America’s Morning Show’s co-host; Kelly Ford, AMS co-host; Tasha Blasi, SVP Sales & Marketing for NASH; and Chuck Wicks, AMS co-host and Camp NASH MC and performer.

Cumulus Media/Westwood 'One Camp NASH' event at Fontanel Nashville -- a Country music festival to benefit The Special Forces Charitable Trust over the holiday weekend.

Monday’s Camp NASH (#CampNASH) was a family-friendly Country music lifestyle event featuring multiple stages for performances, as well as activities for the whole family.

There were full concert performances at the Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater by Country superstars Big & Rich, Thompson Square, Parmalee, Chuck Wicks (co-host of America’s Morning Show and MC of Camp NASH), RaeLynn, and Breaking Southwest.

 100% of all ticket proceeds are going directly to The Special Forces Charitable Trust, which provides sustainable and meaningful financial support, programs and services to the United States Army Special Forces (Green Beret) community and their Families. SFCT is the "go to" organization for assistance and support whenever active duty, National Guard and/or Veteran Green Berets and their Families are in need, providing funding in three primary areas: Family and Community Support, Education and Motivation, and Veterans and Heritage.

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