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Terry Eckerd Band Delivers Crankin Hot & Sweet Southern Boogie

The Corporal Joseph S. Tremblay, USMC - IRAQ, 3-25 Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Memorial Scholarship Fund invites you to join them. The Terry Eckerd Band and Vetunes for a steaming hot night of Southern Boogie, Blues, Rock, Classic Rock direct from the Heart of Dixie, Hickory, NC.

Cpl. Joseph S. Tremblay's father and Gold Star Parent Larry Tremblay, Sr., Guardian of Honor: Marine Tribute Bike will be attending with the Marine Tribute Bike and the Simon Kirke (FREE & BAD CO) Signature Series, Gold Star Parents Edition, United States-United Kingdom Veterans Tribute Bike with Matching Southern Fried Guitar, weather permitting.

"Once a Marine, always a Marine... so every Marine is my brother/sister, and like the Hollies song... 'He ain't heavy, he's my brother'. Sometimes, brothers/sisters-in-arms need to step up no matter what branch and help each other out, and that's even more important today with the hard economic times we're in, " said Marine Veteran D.M. Gilbert, 2ND MAW H&MS 31, 1976-82, Drummer Terry Eckerd Band.

"For a one-thousand dollar ($1, 000 USD) donation to The Joseph S. Tremblay, USMC-IRAQ, Memorial Scholarship Fund, I will have my groovy, past-shoulder-length hair sheared off at the gig, " said D.M. Gilbert, Drummer Terry Eckerd Band. "My hair will grow back but our Gold Star Parents will never be able to do the everyday activities, which most people take for granted, with their Hero Children ever again!"

"We are excited to introduce Caroline Purr the newest addition to our VETUNES roster of veteran supporting musicians, " said Greg Kelly President/Founder American Veterans Aid Fund. "Her clean, crisp and very poignant rockin music stirs the soul and compliments The Terry Eckerd Band's Groove."

For further information about The Joseph S. Tremblay, USMC-IRAQ, Memorial Scholarship Fund and to donate if you cannot attend, please visit us at http://americanveteransaidfund.com/scholarship.shtml.





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