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Thompson Square’s 4th Annual ‘Rollin’ for a Reason’ Concert Will Benefit the USO of Nashville

What a great cause!

Written by Lauren Laffer
Thompson Square’s 4th Annual ‘Rollin’ for a Reason’ Concert Will Benefit the USO of Nashville
Thompson Square; Photo Credit: Garrett Merchant

Keifer and Shawna Thompson of Thompson Square look forward to using their platform to help those in need. For the fourth year, the husband-wife duo will continue that tradition by hosting their annual “Rollin’ For A Reason” ride and concert in partnership with Indian Motorcycle to benefit the United Service Organization (USO) of Nashville.

“We’re so excited about this year’s ‘Rollin’ For A Reason’ motorcycle ride to benefit the USO,” shared Keifer in a press release. “Our military is something Shawna and I are very passionate about. We’re excited to partner with Indian Motorcycle this year and to give away a brand new Indian Chief Classic. With a bike giveaway, musical performances and a wonderful day of riding, this year’s ride will be the best one yet. We can’t wait to see everybody there!”

Scheduled for Sunday, October 21, the charity ride will begin at the Kroger in Springfield, Tennessee (2600 Memorial Blvd, Springfield, TN 37172), winding its way through middle Tennessee before wrapping in Whites Creek at the Natchez Trace Winery at Fontanel. Once there, riders and guests will be treated to a Thompson Square concert featuring several surprise guests.

Registration for the ride begins at 10 a.m., with bikes heading out at 1 p.m. Fees are $25 for drivers and $10 for passengers, with each person receiving a T-shirt and an entry into a sweepstakes to win a new Indian Chief Classic, courtesy of Indian Motorcycle. Extra entries can be obtained with other donations and the winner must be present to claim their prize.

For more information about Thompson Square’s 4th Annual Rollin’ For A Reason, visit rollinforareason.org.