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LOCASH Wraps Up USO Holiday Tour

LOCASH recently returned from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 2020 USO Holiday Tour where they visited US troops in Romania and Poland. The twosome responsible for the Top 30 and climbing single, “One Big Country Song” performed for our military members, participated in troop engagements and shared meals with our servicemen and women.
Joining LOCASH on their journey were comedians Matt Walsh (HBO’s Veep, The Hangover), Scot Armstrong (writer: Old School, Semi Pro, Hangover 2) and Brad Morris (NBC’s Great News, Dice, Second City), star athletes Ilima-Lei Macfarlane (Bellator Women’s Flyweight World Champion), Felice Herrig (UFC Top 10 Strawweight Division), Adam Eaton (Washington Nationals 2019 World Series Champion) and Aaron Barrett  (Washington Nationals 2019 World Series Champion) and DJ J.Dayz along with General John E. Hyten (11th Vice  Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff) and SEAC Ramon “CZ” Colon-Lopez (Senior Enlisted Advisor of the  Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff).
“The USO is an amazing organization and we want to thank them for taking us overseas and straight into the daily lives of our United States service members,” said Preston Brust (of LOCASH). “Thanks to the USO, we were able to bring a little piece of home to the men and women in our military who train, work hard, fight and protect our freedoms. Chris and I were humbled to be able to speak on behalf of our entire country and say ‘THANK YOU’ to them in person!”

About Jerry Holthouse

Jerry Holthouse
Music editor for Nashville.com. Jerry Holthouse is a content writer, songwriter and a graphic designer. He owns and runs Holthouse Creative, a full service creative agency. He is an avid outdoorsman and a lover of everything music. You can contact him at JerryHolthouse@Nashville.com

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