Rodney Atkins Raises Money for Tornado Victims
Rodney Atkins is raising money for his hometown, Harrogate, Tenn., as well as West Liberty, Ky., and East Bernstadt, Ky., all of which took hard hits during recent storms. On March 2, tornadoes leveled homes and caused destruction across the southeast. The 'He's Mine' singer partnered with Kentucky radio station WRIL and Massey Ferguson Tractors for an all-day radio fundraiser Tuesday (March 13) to help the storm victims rebuild.
"The news of the devastating tornadoes that ripped through Tennessee and Kentucky have destroyed lives and left a lot of folks without hope," Rodney said. "So please help raise money for those in need ... Anyone can find out more on how to help at my official website."
Rodney has even put his money where his mouth is. He and Massey Ferguson promised to match all of yesterday's donations, up to $15,000. While the radio-athon may be over, you can still make contributions at Rodney's website via PayPal.
The singer heads back out on the road tomorrow, with a stop in Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Get a full list of Rodney's tour dates here.