Luke Bryan offering all-expenses paid trip to one lucky troop

Luke Bryan offering all-expenses paid trip to one lucky troop

TRIP FOR A TROOP:The gig will be part of Bryan's That's My Kind of Night Tour. Photo: Associated Press

Country star Luke Bryan is showing his gratitude to U.S. troops by giving them a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to Chicago, Illinois to attend one of his shows.

The” Drunk On You” hitmaker has teamed up with bosses at beer brand Miller Lite to set up the promotion, honoring members of the military for their services to their country by treating 45 lucky Army and Air Force officers to a special night out at Soldier Field in Chicago on Aug. 31.

Miller Lite Senior Director Ryan Reis says, “We are excited to give these incredible service men and women the chance to win a truly amazing experience. It’s an honour and privilege for Miller Lite to give back to the heroes in our armed forces.”

The gig will be part of Bryan’s That’s My Kind of Night Tour.

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