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Luke Bryan to Honor U.S. Troops with Free Tickets to Chicago Concert

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By Annie Reuter

Luke Bryan will allow service men and women the opportunity to crash his party this summer.

The country singer will be giving U.S. troops a very unique concert experience this August. Bryan recently announced that he’ll be teaming up with a commercial sponsor to offer an all-expense paid trip to Chicago to attend Bryan’s That’s My Kind of Night tour date at Soldier Field on Aug. 31.

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Bryan will award 45 Army and Air Force service men and women the opportunity to see his show. The text-to-win promotion will only be available in Army and Air Force Exchange Services stores and is open to current and former service men and women ages 21 and over.

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“We are excited to give these incredible service men and women the chance to win a truly amazing experience,” said Ryan Reis, Miller Lite senior director in a press release. Miller Lite is partnering with Bryan on this promotion. “It’s an honor and privilege for Miller Lite to give back to the heroes in our armed forces.”

Bryan’s Crash My Party is nearly a year old, hitting stores last August.

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