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Nov 21

“Demand” Darius Rucker to Bring Sleigh of Toys to Your City

Darius Rucker

Darius Rucker photo courtesy of Capitol Nashville.

Darius Rucker will celebrate the holiday and his new single “True Believers” by bringing a sleigh full of toys to one city in the United States. He has partnered with Eventful to allow fans to ‘demand’ their city wins $10,000 worth of toys in time for Christmas. The city with the most demands will receive a delivery of toys from Darius benefiting the local Toys for Tots program. Toys will be distributed to children in the winning city.

”When I heard we could partner with Toys for Tots and Eventful to provide $10,000 worth of toys to children for the holidays, I immediately wanted to be involved,” Darius said. “I hope this becomes an annual tradition as it’s truly what the holidays are all about–giving.”

“We are excited to partner with Darius Rucker and bring another one-of-a-kind experience to the city that “Demands it! the most,” Jordan Glazier, CEO of Eventful, said. “We’ve brought hundreds of cities once-in-a lifetime events, but Rucker providing children with $10,000 of toys right before the holidays is extra special.”

Fans can ‘demand’ Darius deliver the toys to their city until noon PT on December 10 through Eventful’s social media platform, Demand it! Participants can also spread the word across Facebook and Twitter and invite their friends to help their city win. Eventful will announce the winning city on December 10 at 5 p.m. PT.

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Posted at 12:03 pm, November 21, 2012 | Permalink

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