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Texas Tech hosts Wounded Warrior Project Benefit Concert

From Texas Tech University:

The Texas Tech University Residence Halls Association, Student Government Association, and Military and Veterans Programs are hosting the first annual Wounded Warrior Project Benefit Concert at 5 p.m. Saturday (March 23) at Memorial Circle. Performers include the Bentley Massey Band, the Hogg Maulies, and Brandon Adams and the Sad Bastards. 

The concert is free for students, faculty, staff and community members.

Wounded Warrior Project is a nonprofit organization geared toward raising awareness about the needs of injured service members, and working to help meet those needs through unique programs and services. Their mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors and they donate millions of dollars to assist veterans every year. 

Raffle tickets are available for $5 and prizes include wireless speakers, Josh Abbott Band merchandise and VIP tickets, AT&T products including a Samsung GSIII, and autographed Lady Raider Basketball merchandise. All proceeds will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. 

Sponsors and Donors of this concert include Texas Tech University Student Housing, Texas Tech Hospitality Services, Best Buy, AT&T, Josh Abbott Band and Lady Raiders basketball.

For more information, email rha@ttu.edu.

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