Cotton States Insurance Donates Jewel Concert Tickets
To Tennessee Flood Victims
The multi-platinum recording artist will meet with victims before Nashville show
The Road Trips and Guitar Picks concert series, presented by Cotton States, has joined with The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (TCFMT) to offer free Jewel concert tickets to some people affected by the severe storms and flooding this past summer. In addition to being treated to the concert for free, invited guests will also have a chance to meet Jewel backstage before her show with the Nashville Symphony on Nov. 11 at Lipscomb's Allen Arena.
“The devastating floods caused so much physical and emotional damage,” says Corey Hodges, agency manager for Cotton States in Nashville. “We’re glad we can bring a night of good music and fun to people who truly deserve to have a good time.”
Cotton States joined with The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and the local non-profit community to identify flood victims for the concert. To date, the TCFMT has overseen more than $5 million in charitable grants benefiting those affected by the flood. TCFMT currently oversees 770 other charitable funds, providing customized philanthropic solutions for the community.
“Nashville is so close to my heart, I’m thrilled to be partner with Cotton States and The Community Foundation of Tennessee to bring some enjoyment to the flood victims who have faced such hardship this year,” says Jewel.
Road Trips and Guitar Picks also features multi-platinum artist Jason Aldean. Fans can be a part of his tour by visiting www.tripsandpicks.com.
About Cotton States Insurance
Cotton States Insurance, an alliance partner of COUNTRY Financial, has been providing quality insurance and financial services to residents of the Southeast since 1941. Based in Atlanta, Georgia and backed by a tradition of dependability and service, Cotton States financial representatives are dedicated to meeting the financial security needs of families in Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.
Jewel is an acclaimed American singer, songwriter, actress, poet, painter, philanthropist and daughter to an Alaskan cowboy singer-songwriter. Growing up on a remote ranch in Alaska, Jewel endured poverty and teen homelessness on the road to the triumph of international stardom. The three-time Grammy nominee has sold 27 million albums worldwide.
About The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee oversees more than 770 charitable funds, providing customized philanthropic solutions with great flexibility for donors, nonprofit organizations and the community. In the past 19 years, The Community Foundation has distributed more than $491 million to community programs and institutions. It is located at 3833 Cleghorn Avenue, #400, Nashville, Tennessee 37215. For more information, call 615-321-4939 or 888-540-5200 or visit www.cfmt.org.