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Another country music superstar is doing his part to raise awareness for breast cancer.
Jason Aldean continued his effort to support the fight against breast cancer with his sixth annual “Concert for the Cure,” which took place on Friday in Roanoke, Virginia. The sold out show raised $315,000 with Aldean donating all of the profits to Susan G. Komen For The Cure. The money will go to the local Roanoke effort in order to provide women with free mammograms.
“This is one of my favorite things we do all year and taking it on the road to other cities has been huge in helping us bring in more money for Komen. All of the money we raised will go to the local Roanoke effort, allowing them to give free mammograms to those who can’t afford it. We’ll pick a different spot for next year and try to beat it. October is a big month for raising money and awareness, and I have to thank my fans for doing their part! Seeing an arena filled with pink is just a really cool thing!”
Country music artists make me proud to be a fan. Several artists are lending a hand to the fight against breast cancer, and Reba is helping to lead the way.
In honor of breast cancer awareness month, Reba Footwear has partnered with the Brown Shoe Company to donate $20,000 to Susan G. Komen For The Cure. To support the initiative and honor all of those affected by the disease, Reba Footwear has designed and dedicated a special limited edition pink cowboy boot called “Collins.” The line is sold exclusively through Dilard’s.
Join the fight against breast cancer, and as Reba says “Give cancer the boot.”
Go to rebastyle.com to check out a special message from Reba, the new boots, and all of Reba’s products.