My First Ride country music CD benefits IAFF Disaster Relief Fund
The IAFF Disaster Relief Fund assists the US and Canada members who suffer financial hardship as the result of a federally declared disaster area.
BLEVE Entertainment Group, LLC continues to work to raise money for the IAFF's and Fraternal Order of Police's (FOP) disaster relief funds from sales and performances of the country music single, "My First Ride," featuring recording artists Ronnie Milsap and Trace Adkins.
The single is the title of a new CD that includes songs by George Strait, Vince Gill, James Otto, Kevin Bacon and the Bacon Brothers and Mike Reid. For each CD sold, $2 will be donated to the IAFF Disaster Relief Fund.
BLEVE Entertainment CEO Mickey Milan was interviewed by Cool Broadcasting's "Driver Show for Anyone Who Drives."
Milan wants "My First Ride" in the Top 20 on the music charts, which will raise more money to help the IAFF help members in their time of need. The more publicity the project gets, the more revenue there is for the funds.
IAFF members can call their local country radio stations and request "My First Ride." "The more sales or downloads the song generates, the more attention it will receive, and that's going to put money in the disaster relief funds," says Milam.
IAFF members and their families can also sign-in to the member page for inside information and exclusive offers from BLEVE Entertainment and Ronnie Milsap. Enter "tenfour" in the group code for exclusive information and offers.
The IAFF Disaster Relief Fund is used to assist members in the United States and Canada who suffer financial hardship as the result of a federally declared disaster area or in the cases of natural or man-made disasters such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, fires or civil disturbances. The Disaster Relief Fund has provided support to members and their families following the September 11 attacks and Hurricanes Ivan, Katrina, Rita, Wilma, as well as a number of other incidents.
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