Darius Rucker And Brothers Finch Receive Plaques
March 9, 2010 at 8:14 AM (PT)
CAPITOL/NASHVILLE artist DARIUS RUCKER and Country duo BROTHERS FINCH recently received plaques from OPERATION TROOP AID for their service to the OTA mission to support troops around the globe. BROTHERS FINCH began their work with OTA when they helped assemble over 500 packages to send to the troops that were worth more than $10,000.
BROTHERS FINCH’s DUSTIN FINCH said: "It's amazing how much can be accomplished when everyone pitches in to help. What they do at OTA has such a powerful impact on those deployed. My brother and I continued to spread its message and deliver calls for support at any event we participated in throughout the last year."
The plaques are a gesture of thanks created by soldiers deployed in AFGHANISTAN and a flag at the bottom of the plaques was actually flown during a reconnaissance mission during Operation Enduring Freedom.
For more on OPERATION TROOP AID, see www.operationtroopaid.org.