Monster Truck Challenge Big on Charity Artists Lend Talents for Local Causes

From: AristoMedia
Published: Thu Aug 21 2008

The "Broken Bow Records Back to School Monster Truck and Music Bash" on Saturday, August 23 has partnered with several charities to provide a night of free, family-friendly entertainment for hundreds of children.

As in all cities where the Monster Truck Challenge takes place, numerous children's charities are invited to attend the event for free. Charities in the Nashville area include The Pencil Foundation, The Boys & Girls Club, The YMCA, 100 Kings, Youth Enrichment Services (YES) and Special Kids, Inc. in Murfreesboro, TN.

Tickets are provided courtesy of the Monster Truck Challenge and Broken Bow Records.

"Fortunately for us, one of the greatest assets we have at the Nashville Super Speedway is the seating capacity," says Broken Bow's Jim Yerger, who also serves as Executive Vice President of the Monster Truck Challenge. "Rather than have the seats go unattended it's a far greater service to us to provide a great day of fun and excitement for the less fortunate children in the community."

Attendees will be treated to a night of Monster Truck excitement, as well as a concert performance from Broken Bow artist Ash Bowers, Big Machine artist Adam Gregory and emerging country act The Harters.

For specific information on these charities, visit the following links:

The Pencil Foundation:

Boys & Girls Club:


100 Kings:


Special Kids:

Tickets are available for purchase at or by calling 1-866-RACETIX.
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