TRAVIS TRITT CONTINUES SUPPORT FOR MILITARY

Recently, Travis Tritt played a concert to more than 400 servicemen and women at Carswell Air Force Base.

At the show, 16 of the soldiers who had just returned from active duty in Operation Enduring Freedom got to meet Travis before the show, and sat in a luxury suite during the concert.

But Travis is not stopping there - while on tour around the country, he is sending blocks of tickets to local military service bases. He explains that it's one way for him to show his appreciation for the service America's military provides.

"I am deeply thankful to them for what they do for our country," said Travis. "They put their own lives on the line to protect our freedom and our way of life. It's an honor for me to be able to show my appreciation to them."

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