Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Easton Corbin Surprises Military Families with $5,000 each in FREE Groceries

Easton Corbin, in partnership with Operation Homefront and Eckrich, presents a gift of $5,000 in free groceries to Bashas' to the Six family before his show opening for Carrie Underwood's The Storyteller Tour on Thursday night in Phoenix(The Six Family w Easton Corbin and (R) Bashas' representative Ashley Shick)

Mercury Records Nashville’s Easton Corbin has partnered with Eckrich, the makers of naturally hardwood smoked sausage and savory deli meats, and Operation Homefront, a national nonprofit whose mission is to build strong, stable, and secure military families, to honor military families in various cities while he is on tour this year, including Carrie Underwood’s The Storyteller Tour.

Corbin has already welcomed families in Oakland, CA, Auburn Hills, MI Phoenix, AZ backstage before his concert to surprise the families with a gift of $5,000 in free groceries, courtesy of Eckrich. There are more events scheduled through early summer. The families get to stay and enjoy Corbin’s performance during The Storyteller Tour headlined by Carrie Underwood.

"It is an honor to be able to surprise and thank our military families with my partners at Eckrich,” said Corbin. “This is a really special campaign and I’m really happy Eckrich asked me to a part of it.  It’s great to be able to give something back to them and I hope it helps ease the burdens of these families for everything they have already sacrificed.”

These events are part of the ongoing campaign by Eckrich to honor, thank and support military families through its partnership with Operation Homefront. The families are supported by Operation Homefront’s Hearts of Valor® program, a network of caregivers for wounded, ill or injured service members. Operation Homefront supports these caregivers through annual retreats, support groups and online communities.

Eckrich, in its fifth year of partnership with Operation Homefront, has donated more than $2 million to the organization since 2012.

“We thank Easton Corbin for helping us honor our military families,” said Chuck Gitkin, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Smithfield Foods.

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