Alan Jackson’s Yard Sale Benefits Children’s Home

Alan Jackson is lending his name, along with some household items and vintage auto parts, to benefit a Nashville home for children, Saturday, April 21.

Alan will be supporting the Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes’ 6th Annual Car/Truck/Motorcycle Show. Part of the festivities will include the Alan Jackson Yard Sale, in which Alan will donate a wide array of car parts, as well as selected household items and furniture. All proceeds will benefit the Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home. Among the items up for sale from Alan’s collection are four custom 1966 Cadillac wire wheels with tires, a Harley Davidson windshield and four aluminum wheels with tires from an Aston Martin. Fans can also purchase home furnishings and electronics. The event kicks off at 8 a.m. at 1310 Franklin Road in Brentwood, Tenn., just outside Nashville. For more information, call (615) 300-3614.

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