GREAT WHITE To Donate Half Of Show Proceeds To LA COUNTY FIRE RELIEF FUND
Southern California rockers GREAT WHITE are touring to benefit the victims and survivors of The Station nightclub fire in Rhode Island. However, with the recent fire tragedy of Southern California, the Station Family Fund and GREAT WHITE have decided to generously donate 50% of the proceeds from the Nov. 9 show at The Crossroads in Yucaipa, California to the LA County Fire Relief Fund.
The objective of GREAT WHITE's current tour is to create further awareness and financial assistance to those touched by the Rhode Island tragedy. Raising money through a concert tour, local promotions and the assistance of local fire departments, money will flow directly to the relief fund. The funds raised will be controlled and administered by The Station Family Fund (www.stationfamilyfund.org).
* 100% of GREAT WHITE's profits will go directly to the fund via promoters.
* 100% of proceeds from a memorial t-shirt goes directly to the fund.
* 10% of promoter & artists merchandise proceeds will go to the fund.
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