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Montgomery Gentry to Toast the Troops

Montgomery Gentry and the Jim Beam company will "Toast the Troops" at the second annual Beam Bash benefit concert, Feb. 13, at Bruce Rossmeyer's Destination Daytona in Florida.

The charity concert helps raise money for the Operation Homefront Florida Chapter. Operation Homefront provides support and morale to U.S. troops, the families they leave behind while they serve and the wounded soldiers when they return from duty. “This is a fantastic organization to support, and we’re proud to be here with Jim Beam for another year,” says Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry. “It’s an unbelievable feeling to know, in addition to performing for an audience, you’re also performing for an important cause.” The duo's Troy Gentry adds, “We’re grateful Jim Beam is giving us this opportunity to entertain, and at the same time show our support for the men and women of the United States armed forces." Tickets for the Beam Bash are on sale now and may be purchased by calling (866) 642-3464.

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