TRACE ADKINS IS COOKIN' WITH WAFFLE HOUSE

No, he's not moonlighting for extra tips. Platinum-selling Trace Adkins doesn't need to-but he is partnering with Waffle House, the national 24-hour restaurant chain, this summer. Trace will meet winners of local radio contests at a Waffle House restaurant the day of his concert in select cities, share one of his favorite meals and maybe flip an egg or two. In addition, one fan at each stop will win an authentic Waffle House jukebox filled with country favorites and unique Waffle House songs.

Other elements of the summer promotion include the debut of Adkins' singles "Songs About Me" and "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk" on Waffle House jukeboxes at nearly 1,500 restaurants nationwide. Trace will also recommend his favorite Waffle House meals on upcoming menus.

'I have always loved Waffle House," said Trace. "It's been like an oasis in the desert many times late at night after one of my concerts. So I couldn't have been more excited when I heard that I would have this great opportunity to work with Waffle House. It's a perfect fit."

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