Dierks Bentley Uses Fundraiser To Promote Charity Event
(Nashville, TN) — Dierks Bentley’s “Riser” birds are cropping up throughout Nashville, and they’re raising even more money for charity. The country star is offering “flocks” of his bird image on wire stands, which fans can order to “flock” their friends. And those who don’t want to be “flocked” can get “flock insurance.” There are some restrictions. Details are available at Dierks.com.
The “flocking” is part of Bentley’s promotion for his upcoming Miles & Music For Kids charity event. The singer will host his ninth annual motorcycle ride and concert in Nashville on September 28th. All the money from both the event and the “flocking” will go to the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.