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    Default Chris Young, Jason Aldean Join KYGO/Denver For Hurricane Harvey Donations

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    RCA NASHVILLE's CHRIS YOUNG and BROKEN BOW RECORDS' JASON ALDEAN have joined BONNEVILLE Country KYGO/DENVER to collect supply donations to send to the areas affected by HURRICANE HARVEY. YOUNG has donated one of his tour semi-trucks to be filled with supplies and driven from DENVER to TEXAS.
    Donations can be dropped off at the DOUBLETREE BY HILTON DTC (7801 E Orchard Road, GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO 80111) and at PARKER TRAILERS (8900 Brompton Way, PARKER, CO 80134) until THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th. KYGO will also collect donations at the PEPSI CENTER this FRIDAY (9/15) before YOUNG and ALDEAN take the stage. Anyone who donates onsite before the concert will be entered to win tickets to the show along with a private performance from ALDEAN.

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    Default Kudos To Chris Young And KYGO/Denver

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    Kudos to RCA NASHVILLE's CHRIS YOUNG and BONNEVILLE Country KYGO/DENVER for collecting supplies for HURRICANE HARVEY victims over the WEEKEND. During BROKEN BOW RECORDS artist JASON ALDEAN's "THEY DON'T KNOW TOUR" stop in DENVER, YOUNG donated a tour semi-truck to be filled and sent to areas in TEXAS affected by HARVEY.
    Together with YOUNG, ALDEAN, and listeners, KYGO was able to send more than 65 tons of supplies and bottled water to TEXAS.

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