Thursday, March 17, 2016

Montgomery Gentry Headlines Hits For The Homeless Local Benefit Show

Montgomery Gentry Headlines Hits For The Homeless Local Benefit Show

Layman Lessons, one of the top-rated non-profit organizations, is hosting a local benefit concert, Hits For The Homeless, featuring CMA Award-Winning country duo Montgomery Gentry. All proceeds will go directly to Layman Lessons which supplies bottled water canteens, survival rescue blankets and an endless amount of food for the local homeless. 
Scheduled for Monday, May 9th from 5pm-7pm at The Factory at Franklin/Jamison Hall, this event will include dinner, a silent auction table and an intimate acoustic performance by Grand Ole Opry members Montgomery Gentry. Etix is handling all ticket sales by phone at 1-800-514-3849 or online at www.plamedia.com/tickets. Tickets are $60/person or $100/couple, with all proceeds benefitting Layman Lessons.

Date: Monday, May 9, 2016
Time: 5pm-7pm CST
Venue: The Factory at Franklin - Jamison Hall
Address: 230 Franklin Rd. Franklin TN  37064
Tickets: $60/person or $100/couple
Get your tickets today on Etix - Limited seating! Visit www.plamedia.com/tickets or call 1-800-514-3849. 

With over 30 years of experience serving people with addictions, homelessness and serious mental illness, Founder of Layman Lessons, Louie Johnston Jr., has provided for the homeless since 2000. “I feel so fortunate to have Eddie and Troy sign on for this event,” said Louie. “It is so important to spread the word about Layman Lessons and raise money for a great cause in Middle Tennessee.”
There will be an eclectic range of food from vendors that evening. Special thanks to the following sponsors: Freeman Webb Company, American Home Design, and Richard and Richards Document Storage.

ABOUT MONTGOMERY GENTRY: With over 20 plus charted singles, the Kentucky-born duo celebrated a major career milestone last year as Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry were inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. On June 9, 2015 the pair released Folks Like Us, their eighth studio album and first with label partner Blaster Records. 
Montgomery Gentry has earned countless CMA, ACM, and GRAMMY awards and nominations with undeniable blue collar anthems like “Hell Yeah,” “My Town,” and “Hillbilly Shoes.” They’ve notched five #1 singles ("If You Ever Stop Loving Me," "Something To Be Proud Of," "Lucky Man," "Back When I Knew It All" and "Roll With Me") and will soon celebrate their seventh anniversary as Grand Ole Opry members. For more about Montgomery Gentry, visit www.montgomerygentry.com, engage with Troy and Eddie on Facebook, @mgunderground on Twitter, and on YouTube.
 
ABOUT LAYMAN LESSONS: This was formed as a Tennessee Non Profit Corporation in 2003 as an approved IRS 501c3 Religious and Charitable Organization. This organization, which began in 2000, founded by current “servant director” volunteer minister Louie Johnston Jr., has spent the last 15 years trying to fight the hunger problem here in America. When others turn away from the issue, Layman Lessons goes above and beyond to help those in need. In 2015, Layman Lessons provided food for one million meals to America’s needy and homeless. Within the first two months into 2016, they have supplied food for 350,000 meals for those in need. They also provided 10,000 bottled water canteens during the hot summer days and 1,500 survival rescue blankets to the homeless during freezing temperatures. The organization is able to serve over 24,000 in Middle Tennessee alone and the number goes well beyond that across the nation. Layman Lessons has partnered with Ken Jakes Produce, The Salvation Army, Feed America First, One Warm Coat, OneGenAway, and the 700 Club Operation Blessing. For more information, please visit www.plamedia.com/tickets.  

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