Little Big Town Ride a Roaring Success

Little Big Town's “Ride For A Cure," Sunday, June 14, raised more than $52,000 for the T.J. Martell Foundation.

Presented by Roberts and Lyons, the event featured a motorcycle ride from the Harley-Davidson of Cool Springs in Franklin, Tenn., to the Harley-Davidson of Columbia, Tenn., a barbecue lunch provided by Applebee’s and a post-ride performance by Little Big Town and other acts. "We have seen this event double in size every year and we are so grateful for all the artists and fans support," said Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild. "We want to see a cure and we believe TJ Martell has the means and the resources to make that happen in our lifetime." The T.J. Martell Foundation supports leukemia, cancer and AIDS research at six top hospitals in the United States.

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