Carrie Underwood Salutes the Military on Storyteller Tour

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This morning at a Nashville press conference, Carrie Underwood, who is about to embark on her Storyteller Tour, announced a new partnership with Carnival Cruise Lines and Operation Homefront. By virtue of the partnership, Carrie will hold special meet and greet sessions with military families on ten of her tour stops.

According to Sounds Like Nashville, Christine Duffy, President of Carnival Cruise Line, stated:

Military families represent a cornerstone of our country and we are honored by the opportunity to partner with Carrie and Operation Homefront to bring much needed awareness and aid to our troops and their loved ones. The partnership will bring to life many of the heartwarming stories our troops have to share while in turn bringing them some fun along the way.

Carrie added:

I’m honored to be able to join Carnival Cruise Line and Operation Homefront to lift up these soldiers and their families. I am really looking forward to meeting them on my tour and for the opportunity to personally thank them for all they do for our freedom.

Commemorative dog tags will be available for purchase on the Storyteller Tour, as well on any Carnival Cruise Line ship, to benefit Operation Homefront.

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  1. naynay.12@zoomtown.com'
    Aimee

    So very proud of Carrie and her enormous heart for giving back and now a tribute to the brave men and women who protect us with their lives every day. She has given free concerts for the troops in the past also. Carrie and her husband are always giving back to the homeless, the food banks, the children, the troops and many other special needs. They are a true power couple in Nashville and represent the country genre with class and dignity. We need more of their kind in the world.

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