Nashville, Tenn.—Dec. 15, 2017—This January 2018, Rebel Engine recording artist Stephanie Quayle will partner with Kampgrounds of America, Inc. (KOA) for the “Quayle For A Cause Tour” throughout the state of Florida. Quayle will perform at select KOAs for campers and the public to help raise funds to send children with cancer to KOA Care Camps across the country. The concert series will honor local families participating in the KOA Care Camps program and spotlight the brave young superheroes benefiting from the camping experience. With a mission of sending children with cancer to camp to temporarily escape their harsh realities and bond with other children they can relate to, 100 percent of the proceeds from the tour will benefit KOA Care Camp attendees.
To date, Quayle has already raised $24,000 in support of the KOA Care Camps foundation during a live auction at the 55th Anniversary KOA Annual International Convention.
“There is no greater gift than the gift of lifelong memories,” says Stephanie Quayle. “I lived for the times our family would go camping when I was growing up. I am honored to be a voice for this amazing cause and help give these precious kids the opportunity to be a regular kid and just have fun with new friends just like them.”
Admission for the “Quayle For A Cause Tour” is available to the general public for a $10 donation at the gate* and free for KOA campers staying at the KOA during the concert time.
Those unable to attend a show, or wanting to support the cause now may donate here.
Dates for 2018 “Quayle For A Cause Tour” are as follows:
Jan. 18, 2018St. Petersburg KOA5400 95th St. North, St. Petersburg, FL 33708Show Time: 6 p.m.Tickets: $10 donation at the gate for general public, free for staying KOA campersFor reservations: https://koa.com/campgrounds/st-petersburg/
Jan. 20, 2018Orlando Southwest KOA Holiday2525 Frontage Road, Davenport, FL 33837Show Time: 6 p.m.Tickets: $10 donation at the gate for general public, free for staying KOA campersFor reservations: https://koa.com/campgrounds/orlando-sw/
Jan. 22, 2018Okeechobee KOA4276 U.S. Highway 441 South, Okeechobee, FL 34974Pre-Show Food/Drinks: 4:45 p.m.Show Time: 6 p.m.Tickets: Show Ticket ONLY: $10 donation at the gate general public *or call (863) 763-0231for advanced tickets, free for staying KOA campers
Food/Drink Ticket: $10 for both general public and KOA campers
For reservations: https://koa.com/campgrounds/okeechobee/
About Kampgrounds of America
Kampgrounds of America, Inc. (KOA) is the world’s largest system of open-to-the-public campgrounds with more than 500 locations across the U.S. and Canada. The industry leader in outdoor hospitality, KOA’s family of campground brands – KOA Journey, KOA Holiday and KOA Resort – offer sites and amenities designed for every type of camping experience. The company was founded 55 years ago in Billings, Mont., and today serves millions of campers each year, who rely on the standards of excellence and unique outdoor adventures KOA is known for. For more information, visit KOA.com and KOApressroom.com.
About KOA Care Camps:
Camping is more than just about having fun. It’s an opportunity to escape from everyday cares, clear your mind, make new friends and get back to the little things that mean so much. In fact, camping can have a remarkable healing effect on both body and spirit. And nobody needs healing and hope more than children with cancer.
That’s why in 1984 KOA campground owners came together to create KOA Care Camps. Care Camps raises money to send children with cancer to specialized summer camps throughout North America.
At these camps, kids have the chance to experience summer camp with others their age who understand what they’re going through. They swim, hike, sing, laugh, make new friends and create joy-filled memories, all while receiving the medical treatment they need.
To date, KOA Care Camps has raised more than $12 million through activities on KOA campgrounds, donations received from our amazing camping guests and support from local, regional and national corporate sponsorships.
About Stephanie Quayle:
Growing up on a working bison ranch in Montana, Stephanie Quayle spent much of her time out in the barn mucking horse stalls while listening to the local AM radio. Quayle’s 2016 Billboard Indicator Top 50 hit “Drinking With Dolly” served as homage to Country’s greatest female artists— Dolly, Tammy, Loretta and Patsy. The music video rose to #1 on the CMT Music 12-Pack Countdown, while the single has garnered over half a million streams to date. Lauded as one of Rolling Stone Country’s “New Artists You Need To Know,” Quayle recently crisscrossed the U.S. on her headlining “Winnebago” tour (co-sponsored by Winnebago, KOA, Polaroid and The RV Loft). Last December, Quayle performed fan-favorite “Drinking With Dolly” on FOX & Friends. She has been highlighted in People, Huffington Post, Glamour, Hollywood Life, Inspirer Magazine, Taste Of Country, Sounds Like Nashville, to name a few. She also serves as music ambassador for Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, an original from her hometown of Bozeman, MT. Quayle’s new single “Selfish,” off her debut Rebel Engine album, LOVE THE WAY YOU SEE ME, is currently climbing the charts at Country radio. For more information on Stephanie Quayle, please visit www.stephaniequayle.com.
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