Trace Adkins Tour Rolls Through New York With WWPThursday, May 27th, 2010
Senior staff and Veterans Advantage board members joined me in hosting the Veterans Advantage table at the annual Wounded Warrior Project Awards dinner in New York City earlier this month. This event, hosted by NBC’s Bob Costas, seems to get better and better each year. WWP puts on a great show, as well makes sure many of its Alumni get to take part.
In a special silent auction, Lin and I won two Trek bikes, plus gear for us to participate in an upcoming WWP Soldier Ride this coming July from New York City to Long Island. Trek bikes are great. I only hope I can keep up with the WWP gang.
Country Music sensation Trace Adkins — best known for his hits “This Ain’t No Thinking Thing,” “Ladies Love Country Boys,” and “You’re Gonna Miss This,” among others — was one of the honorees and we had time to chat about our common love for the WWP.
By the way, some breaking news from Trace: According to his own Web site, the Daughters of the American revolution will also be honoring Trace Adkins for his patriotic and humanitarian works as well.
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