Can’t get enough of 4Troops? Neither can we!
Fresh off appearances on Fox and Friends Friday and Good Morning America, the group is poised to make a big splash with their self-titled debut album, available everywhere April 20. Our favorite part? A portion of proceeds will benefit the USO and other charities that support Troops and veterans.
In honor of #MilitaryMon on Twitter, they’ve put together a contest just for their fans! From Monday March 22 - Monday March 29, Twitter users can follow @4troops on Twitter and retweet this message: “#militarymon @4troops performing on QVC 3-29-10 from 12-1pm – Tune In! Make Music to Support…the Troops!” Five users will be chosen at random to win a 4Troops CD & t-shirt set.
No Twitter? No problem! The members of 4Troops - Daniel Jens, Meredith Melcher, David Clemo, and Ron Henry (L to R in photo at right) - recently sat down with USO Radio to talk music, the military, and how their group came to be. Take a moment to learn more about their inspiring story…
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