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Jul 4

The Band Perry Debuts Bobbleheads & Raises Money for United Way

The Band Perry

Photo courtesy of Splash Publicity.

The Band Perry suited up with their hometown baseball team, the Greeneville Astros, on June 28 to thank those who made donations to the United Way. Always the first to step up in support of their hometown of Greeneville, Tenn., the sibling trip performed a special acoustic concert for 200 VIP guests before an Astros baseball game that night.

“We love small towns and we especially love our small town,” Kimberly Perry said. “Performing for our friends and neighbors and raising money for United Way at the same time meant a lot to us.”

The team celebrated The Band Perry and showed further support for the United Way by creating custom bobbleheads for the game. All patrons received the collectables and $1.00 of every ticket sold went to benefited United Way. After their performance, the trio threw out the first pitch of the game and visited with Astros’ General Manager David Lane and Owner Scott Niswonger.

“It was an honor to spend time with Mr. Niswonger and Mr. Lane and be a part of such a special evening in the community,” Reid Perry said. “We were excited about throwing out the first pitch at the game!” Neil Perry added. “We love sports and even though we are baseball rookies we had a blast on the field with the professionals.”

When the game was over, The Band Perry loaded up their bus and headed out to rejoin Brad Paisley’s Virtual Reality World Tour. Their current single, “Postcard From Paris,” is at radio now. Watch the video HERE.


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Posted at 9:49 am, July 4, 2012 | Permalink

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