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article imageFlorida Georgia Line launches 'Dirt' campaign with Omaze

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 8, 2014 in Music
Country duo Florida Georgia Line released their new single "Dirt" today, and they launched the "Dirt Campaign," along with the fundraising platform Omaze.
The proceeds aid the Habitat for Humanity, a global nonprofit organization that creates affordable housing in partnership with low-income families.
Florida Georgia Line was inspired to create this movement thanks to their new song's emotional lyrics.
"From day one, we knew that we wanted to make this bigger than the music and be able to give back in as many ways as we can," said Brian Kelley from the duo remarked in a press statement. "We have been beyond blessed these past few years, putting down our own roots in Nashville," added Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard. "After hearing 'Dirt' we knew that we wanted to help build houses with people who would not be able to on their own and we are grateful to join Habitat for Humanity in their efforts."
By teaming up with Omaze and WarpSpeed, the band plans to raise at least $100,000 for this cause through the campaign. By donating, their fans can enter for the chance to win a trip for two on Florida Georgia Line's "This Is How Cruise," which is a four-day cruise that sails from Miami, Florida, on November 8, 2014.
The winner of this cruise will enjoy the signature ship activities, as well as live performances by country artists and a private Florida Georgia Line serenade of "Dirt." For various donation levels, supporters of this campaign will receive fun items, including autographed merchandise, among many others.
To learn more information on how to donate and join the Dirt Campaign, visit Omaze's official website.
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