TRAVIS TRITT HONORED BY VETERANS

Travis Tritt was honored recently by the Department of Veterans Affairs with a Public Service award for his support of veterans and veterans' issues.

"We are truly grateful for Travis Tritt's dedication to the men and women who serve and have served in uniform," said Anthony Principi, Secretary of Veterans Affairs at the ceremony. "He has shown through the years that he shares our commitment to veterans through his efforts to raise awareness of VA and the veterans we serve."

After the ceremony, Tritt visited with patients and staff at the Washington VA Medical Center. "It's a great honor to visit the men and women who wore the uniform and sacrificed to defend our freedom and way of life," said Travis. "I met some extraordinary people today. Veterans deserve our unfailing respect and attention for the sacrifices they have made."

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