Zac Brown Takes Letter Campaign Online

Zac Brown Band

Since launching May 10, Zac Brown Band's Letters for Lyrics campaign, which the group has promoted at many of its recent concerts as a means to support soldiers overseas, has collected more than 327,000 letters.

The campaign invites people to write a letter to a soldier, and in return, the letter writer receives a limited-edition album, Breaking Southern Ground, from Zac and his band mates. The group, with more than 327,000 letters collected, is a third of the way to its goal of 1 million letters.

To boost response, the group is taking the campaign online for fans who can't make it to a concert. To support Letters for Lyrics and receive a free album, go to ramtrucks.com/en/letters_for_lyrics/.

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