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Florida Georgia Line has launched the new “Dirt” fundraiser to benefit Habitat for Humanity.
We previously reported about Florida Georgia Line releasing their new single “Dirt” earlier this week. The song is the first single off of the group’s sophomore album, following their hit first album Here’s to the Good Time. “Dirt” is much slower than the band’s first songs like “Cruise” but it seems the group is going for a more traditional country approach this album.
The Tennessean reported that Florida Georgia Line launched their Dirt Campaign with Omaze to help raise money for the Habitat for Humanity organization. The campaign’s goal is to raise $100,000 to help build affordable homes for low-income families.
To get fans to donate, the band is giving away a free cruise on their “This Is How We Cruise” trip and asking for donations when people enter to win. The cruise is for four nights in November with the band.
Florida Georgia Line’s second album is expected to hit around October, right before their cruise. To enter to win the cruise or donate money to the Dirt Campaign, visit Omaze.
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