Craig Morgan Lends a Hand for “Toast to the Troops”

Craig to play special concert for military, July 11.

Craig Morgan, as most fans know, served 10 years in the military before achieving country music stardom. That’s why he’s always proud to perform for events that aid our servicemen and women.

Craig will continue that support when he performs a free and open-to-the-public concert in Jacksonville, Fla., July 11, as part of the 19th Jack Daniel’s/ USO “Toast to the Troops” Care Package Stuffing Party.

For this event, military spouses, Jack Daniel’s employees, USO personnel and volunteers will fill 7,500 care packages for military troops overseas. Following the package party, Craig will take the stage at Landing’s Courtyard for a concert that kicks off at 7 p.m.

Craig has been part of each Toast event for the past eight years. “Our nation’s service members and their families sacrifice so much for us on a daily basis,” Craig noted, “and I hope everyone will come out and join us for what promises to be a great day to honor and support these heroes.”

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