More than $500,000 Raised At 6th Annual T.J. Martell Foundation Honors Gala
March 11, 2014 at 6:33 AM (PT)
The 6th ANNUAL T.J. MARTELL FOUNDATION HONORS GALA was held last NIGHT (3/10) and raised more than $500,000 toward innovative medical research focused on finding cures for leukemia, cancer and AIDS. The event was emceed by CHARLES "CHIP" ESTEN and honored five prominent NASHVILLE leaders, including MIKE DUNGAN and DALE MORRIS (NET NEWS 1/4).
"This affair is one of NASHVILLE's most anticipated annual fundraisers and honors some truly notable and deserving community leaders," said T.J. MARTELL FOUNDATION Dir./Strategic Development TINTI MOFFAT. "We challenged ourselves this year to raise the bar and were so pleased at the outcome. We couldn't be more appreciative of the support from the music, the business and medical communities."
The event's lineup included performances by BLUE SKY RIDERS, SHERYL CROW with CHARLIE WORSHAM, TIM McGRAW, JAKE OWEN and DARIUS RUCKER. LUKE BRYAN, BIG AND RICH, and CHRIS YOUNG were also in attendance.
For more information about the T.J. MARTELL FOUNDATION, visit www.tjmartell.org.