Country star Chase Rice and Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire will join the National Volunteer Fire Council to support volunteer firefighters nationwide.
Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire will make a $75,000 donation to the NVFC, and Rice will perform a private concert for 50 firefighters at the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee. These 50 firefighters will be chosen through a contest launched by Jack Daniel’s.
“I have the utmost respect for our first responders and all they sacrifice for our safety,” Rice shared in a press release. “There’s a camaraderie and a sense of pride in the fire brigade that reminds me of our road family, and as a long-time fan of both Jack Daniel’s and Tennessee Fire, it’s an honor to perform for them and raise a glass to their immense contributions.”
In addition to the show, contest-winners will also receive a tour of the Jack Daniel Distillery as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade, the distillery’s very own team of firefighters. One lucky consumer will have the chance to join the first responders in the tour and concert through a separate sweepstakes which opens March 18.
To enter the sweepstakes or support the cause, visit www.jackfire.com.